With hailstones, dipping chilly temperatures and heavy intermittent showers you could be forgiven for thinking the UK is in November.
This long Bank Holiday weekend, however, is likely to much more May-like in appearance, with warmer temperatures making a welcome return.
There are so many ways to describe wind and today we've got a few ways of breaking it all down as there are many different types.
In New Zealand the nor' wester is a wind on the eastern side of the mountains which can warm up very quickly.
Southerlies can bring cloud and showers and sometimes snow to the south and east of the country.
The tornado in Moore, Oklahoma has now been upgraded to a rare EF5. Tornadoes of EF5 intensity have top winds of over 320kph on the Enhanced Fujita Scale.
By head weather analyst Philip Duncan --- On Tuesday someone tweeted a video from Oklahoma capturing the moment a family came out of their storm shelter to find their home - and every house and tree in their neighbourhood - was gone.
As a low crosses the country today and tomorrow it's dumping its contents across parts of New Zealand.
Head weather analyst Philip Duncan provides all the details...
A monstrous tornado up to 1.6 kilometres wide has roared through the Oklahoma City suburbs, killing 10, flattening entire neighbourhoods, setting buildings on fire and landing a direct blow on a primary school.
51 people were confirmed killed in a tornado that struck the suburb of Moore, while
hospitals were treating nearly 60 injured, including more than a dozen kids.
Column by Mike Nelson, frontman and meteorologist for 7News in Denver, Colorado
We've had a recent wet spell and now it appears big rain is heading for the larger cities across the ditch.
Kris Surtees, our UK coresspondent, gives us the rundown on the weather as the UK edges closer to summer.
All seven of the people listed missing after a monster tornado on Wednesday have now been accounted for in Granbury, Texas, leaving the death toll at six, authorities said today.