Wednesday, May 2nd 2012, 11:27 AM EDT
After a mini heatwave and the wettest April on record, now parts of Britain are braced for a taste of some wintry weather.
Forecasters say it will be turning much colder as we head towards the weekend, with some areas seeing unseasonable frost and sub-zero temperatures.
Sky weather presenter Nazaneen Ghaffar said: "It’s all thanks to a cold front slowly moving southwards across the UK on Friday.
This will bring with it colder air into northern areas
It'll be chilly for Scotland and Northern Ireland and northern Scotland could see a few wintry showers. "On Saturday again some wintry showers are likely over the hills of Scotland."
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'High Alert' As Fresh Flood Warnings Issued
Emergency services are on "high alert" across England and Wales after fresh flood warnings - as police name the man who died in the treacherous conditions.
Jonathan Gammon, 52, was trapped in his car as it was swept away by 5ft of water in Compton Wood, Hampshire, on Monday.
His 55-year-old wife, who is thought to have been driving the car, managed to escape from the vehicle but he was pronounced dead at the scene. Their dog also died.
The Environment Agency now has more than 30 flood warnings in force across the South West, the Midlands, the North East, Anglia and Wales.
People in the affected areas are advised to move to a safe place, turn off gas, electricity and water supplies and put flood protection equipment in place.
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