It's raining in the UK and many on social media are having fun with it.
While some parts of the UK have seen rain heavy enough to cause flash flooding, other areas are drenched in a summer downpour.
ITV London even shared a live stream of the London Eye to show more than 350,000 Facebook viewers the wet weather.
On Twitter, the offending precipitation has seen the tongue-in-cheek #BritishSummerTime hashtag trending in the UK for much of the day.
There is, perhaps, little more British than moaning about the weather, after all.
Some, responding to the rain with weary resignation, pointed out it was ever thus.
It goes..— Clαιre Wedɢιeworтн💜 (@ClaireBear11223) August 9, 2017
#britishsummertime Well I've got 2 jumpers on & the sky is the colour of disappointment , so it must be august ☔— Gemma D (@whatGemmadid) August 9, 2017
#britishsummertime we'll have a couple of nice weeks in September when the kids go back to school. Then everyone will be moaning about heat.— Col Mayers (@ColMayers) August 9, 2017
Others, noting the heatwave which has seen temperatures soar in other parts of Europe, suggested an alternative explanation for Britain's collective umbrella fumbling.
BREAKING NEWS: Europe has decided to withhold the sunshine from Britain as part of ongoing Brexit negotiations #britishsummertime— InkedArtista (@InkedArtista) August 9, 2017
Not everywhere in the UK has been faced with a deluge, however. Festival-goers in Edinburgh were among those smugly enjoying some sunshine.
By UGC and Social News team