We would all agree that this summer has been a wet and windy washout.
But even so, it's hard to believe that Britain is the tornado capital of the world.
However, a Met Office spokesman told The Sun that, although UK twisters are fairly weak, we have more of them than anywhere else on the planet.
He told the newspaper: "You see more tornados in the UK for the surface area than in any other part of the world - but they're at best 50 metres across.
"In the US they can be one kilometre and wipe out whole towns."
Yesterday a string of tornados swept across the South West and were spotted in the Severn Estuary before moving across Clevedon in Somerset.
The Daily Echo reports that, yesterday, a mini-tornado in the New Forest ripped off a conservatory roof and flung it into a house three doors down the street. Fortunately, no one was hurt.
Back in June, a tornado sucked a caravan into the air and bounced it through a field in Long Sutton, Lincs.
David Sinclair, who was inside the caravan at the time, told The Daily Mail: "It felt like I was a tennis ball in a tumble drier as I smashed against the walls, into cupboards and appliances. When it eventually came to a halt I was pretty badly hurt. I was wedged in and had the fridge on top of me."
Experts at the Met Office say that tornadoes form when the weather is unstable and showery - and we've had plenty of that over the last few months.
Click on the image below to see England's sky at night...