Mysterious cloud formations over London have left many people baffled as to what could be causing the 'creepy holes in the sky'.
Many people took to Twitter, uploading images of the bizarre clouds while noting their appearance on the day President Trump meets with Theresa May during his state visit.
Some said the "dark cloud has followed Trump to London" – with eerie images showing the black clouds over the houses of Parliamant.
Others used the hashtag #TrumpUKVisit when uploading their pictures of the clouds online.
And just yesterday, Trump thanked the Queen in his state banquet speech for the "beautiful weather ".
Antonia wrote on Twitter: "The cloud formation over London is incredible.
"I would love to know what they are. They look like peaks of whipped meringes."
According to the Met Office , the strange formations are Asperitas clouds.
They usually appear as dark, storm-like and ominous looking.
Often the clouds can seen in parts of America after a severe thunderstorm.
The Met Office said: “Asperitas (formerly referred to as Undulatus Asperitas) is a distinctive, but relatively rare cloud formation that takes the appearance of rippling waves.
“These wave-like structures form on the underside of the cloud to makes it look like a rough sea surface when viewed from below.”
The plunge in temperatures across the capital followed a sizzling day yesterday, where temperatures reached the low 20s.
Yesterday, Trump even thanked the Queen for the good weather he had arrived to, saying: "Thank you for your warm welcome, for this beautiful weather, your gracious hospitality, and Your Majesty's nearly seven decades of treasured friendship with the United States of America.
"This week, we commemorate a mighty endeavour of righteous nations and one of the greatest undertakings in all of history.
"Seventy-five years ago, more than 150,000 allied troops were preparing on this island to parachute into France, storm the beaches of Normandy, and win back our civilisation.
"As Her Majesty remembers, the British people had hoped and prayed and fought for this day for nearly five years."
At the end of his speech, Trump made an awkward gaffe when he broke with protocol by touching the Queen's back as she rose to a toast.
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