SOME interesting cloud formations have got people pointing their cameras towards the sky today.

According to the Met Office, the clouds are either Mammatus or Asperitas.

Mammatus clouds are usually formed in association with large cumulonimbus clouds, particularly when these are forming large thunderstorms, and are distinctive because of the large bulges that form at the base of the cloud.

Asperitas clouds are well-defined, wave-like structures in the underside of the cloud.

Despite the ominous skies, the county is yet to see the heavy rain the Met Office has been warning about today and tomorrow.

There have been some showers, though, and temperatures have reached the late teens.

More rain is forecast this evening and overnight, clearing to leave an overcast bank holiday Monday.