Rain successes at Reading Festival and Notting Hill Carnival as revellers compelled to reach for their brollies
It ended up being a Bank Holiday washout across all the united states.
At the Notting Hill Carnival in London performers were made to make use of umbrellas to maintain their costumes dry.
But despite the rain organisers said thousands of individuals – many wearing ponchos – took to take pleasure in the parade.
And to Sunderland in the north from Brighton in the south east there was just one essential thing to take in your bank holiday amble – and that has been an umbrella!
But with the last bank holiday in the coming days will see better weather until Christmas over all the united states.
Forecasters are calling an Indian summer to late September, with temperatures
Authorities forecasters said the positive outlook was due to higher-than-typical pressure expected in September – which normally brings warm, dry states.