As the line from folk story Dick Whittington famously said, the streets of London are paved with gold. But what about the pots of gold found at the end of these double rainbows, arcing over the capital this afternoon?
Those lucky enough to catch a glimpse of this phenomenon might well have been rubbing their hands with glee at the thought of the fortunes awaiting them in four locations in the centre of the city.
As these incredible images show, two rainbows stretched over central London in a dramatic image sweeping over the capital's landscape.
The bright colours of the rainbows starkly contrast with the brooding, dark clouds with a bit of sunshine and blue sky peeping through after a day of blustering showers.
It is thought the rainbows could have stretched from between Russell Square and Covent Garden in the centre of the capital.
The phenomenon happened as a day of rain was brought to an end by a burst of late-afternoon sunshine.
Many parts of the country saw spells of heavy rain today.
The weather will remain unsettled throughout the week and after a largely fine and dry Friday, it will turn wet, windy and cloudy again over the weekend.
The bad weather over the last two days has resulted in flooding, which has killed at least one person.
A 64-year-old angler fishing off the breakwater at the mouth of the River Tees in Redcar, North Yorkshire, died after he was swept out to sea on Monday afternoon.
The man, along with a 63-year-old, was swept off a breakwater at South Gare by a powerful wave at around 3.40pm.
The 63-year-old managed to make it ashore, but the other man died after he was picked out of 10ft waves by an RNLI lifeboat. Both men were from York.
A 13-year-old girl who went missing in poor weather while walking her dog on the coast at St Agnes in Cornwall on Monday night was later found suffering from a head injury by an 80-strong team of rescuers.
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