The UK is bracing itself for a weekend of 'floods, storms and torrential rain'.
So much so that the Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for parts of the country.
Many were hoping that the last weekend of August would be a summer scorcher.
Instead, some parts of the country will experience a deluge and have had a yellow weather warning slapped on.
The Met Office says: "Saturday starts wet and windy across northern and western areas, with sunshine and showers following during the day.
"Most southern and eastern parts will start dry with some warm sunshine, although a weakening band of rain will move slowly eastwards.
The weather department said that this changeable and sometimes extreme weather will continue into Sunday.
"Sunday will be a cool and breezy day with a mix of sunshine and showers.
"The showers will be heaviest and most widespread in the north, with hail and thunder."
The showers will be heaviest and most widespread in the north, with hail and thunder.
Parts of the UK enjoyed a scorching 30C Bank Holiday weekend last week.
Brits basked in the hottest August Bank Holiday on record with temperatures reaching 33.2C (91.8F) at Heathrow beating the previous record of 28.2C set two years ago.
But the warnings of thunderstorms came in the middle of the week.
The Met Office then issued yellow weather warnings for parts of the UK on Friday (August 30) and Saturday (August 31).
Forecasts said that there will be "spells of heavy rain" across the northwest of the UK and Northern Ireland.
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