An amateur photographer’s remarkable pictures have captured the moment a bolt of lightning struck during a heavy storm in the Philippines.
Do not hold your breath for sunshine this spring bank holiday, forecasters have warned.
A flood has been issued for Dundee, Angus and Tayside.
Thunder and heavy rain will strike parts of the UK over the weekend, in stark contrast to this week’s warm sunshine.
Glorious sunny weather provided the perfect opportunity for people to take advantage of the conditions.
The UK is basking in sunshine with the mercury edging over a balmy 25C.
Stormy winds have uprooted trees, knocked over traffic lights and disrupted travel in Croatia, injuring two people and prompting authorities to advise people to stay indoors.
Britons ventured out to enjoy the spring weather on Sunday, in a welcome change from the unsettled conditions during the week. The Met Office forecast sunshine for most of the country.
It might have felt like winter was never-ending this past week, but Tayside is set to be warmer than parts of Spain in the coming days as summer kicks into gear.
Heavy snow has turned a village 50 miles from Dundee into a winter wonderland.
Southern regions of the UK were fortunate to enjoy mild spring weather on Monday, while residents in the North faced unsettled conditions.
Widespread freezing temperatures overnight have brought one of the chilliest starts to an early May bank holiday.
Snow has been falling across some parts of the country just weeks after record-high temperatures at Easter.
The UK is expected to be hit with cold showers, frost and strong winds across the bank holiday weekend just weeks after record-high temperatures at Easter.
Winter has returned to the north-east with snow falling in parts of Aberdeenshire.
The early May bank holiday will see snow and frost, with temperatures plunging close to the coldest on record – just a year on from the hottest ever recorded.
Dust from the Sahara Desert has settled in the UK after being blown over from north Africa.
It was clear the Easter holidays were well and truly over, as packed beaches at the record-breaking weekend gave way to gloomier scenes. The Met Office has warned thundery showers will spread northwards on Wednesday, with a weather warning in place.
All four of the UK nations have recorded their warmest Easter Monday on record, the Met Office has said.
Scotland has enjoyed its warmest Easter Monday on record.