We're watching the progress of a developing low which threatens to bring gales on the Bank Holiday.
Hail and snow flurries continue into the start of May.
Recent Arctic air every bit as cold as proper winter
Briefly much lower freezing levels bringing snow and hail.
Atlantic weather systems are gearing up to bring a very unsettled few days.
Significantly cold air sweeps across all of Britain by the weekend.
A look 'behind the scenes' of forecasting charts, and what's so special about that fabled line?
Whilst high pressure usually means good weather, it can also be fickle!
A squeeze of air across the hills. Possible Helm Wind over Pennines.
An inversion above the hills creates interesting cloud forms.
Cold northerly winds and overnight frost are in the forecast this weekend.
What causes these magical scenes?
The high hills aren’t a good place to be when there is a thunderstorm and lightning, particularly when you’re up on a high ridge or plateau.
Within the space of a few days, we've jumped from basking in hot sunshine at the end of May, to shivering in a chilly northerly gale by the first weekend of June.