Weather is turning rather unsettled this week as we are still wondering where spring, if not summer, has disappeared to.
Farmers Weather expert, Garry Nicholson gave us an update on what to expect in the next week.
He said: "Low pressure will become a dominant feature across the British Isles, so most of us will see some rain over the days ahead.
"After some thundery downpours yesterday (Wednesday), the Midlands, east and south of England will have a brighter Thursday, feeling warm in any sunshine.
"Drizzly rain will develop for Wales and the west, whilst rain will turn persistent across Scotland.
"Toward the weekend, there is some uncertainty about detail and timing, but things look distinctly unsettled as fronts move in from the Atlantic.
"Friday brings scattered heavy showers, but more persistent rain is expected to arrive from the south-west through the day.
"Further pulses of heavy rain are likely into Saturday, and winds will become strong and gusty too, particularly in the west.
"Sunday and Monday look generally showery, and rather cool, with a risk of slight overnight frost in some rural areas.
"The outlook for next week is mixed, with some brighter days, but also rain or showers never too far away, although it will become warmer."