It's not just the UK which has been having freaky weather this week. The city of Venice, Italy has been hit by floods making it difficult to get around.
Venice has some level of flooding for around 200 days a year, but there isn't normally this much water. The worst was in 1966 when the water was nearly 2m deep.
Experts call it 'acqua alta' - which means high water. They think that it's caused by an unusually high tide happening at the same time as heavy rainfall.
People living in the city were woken up by an alarm to let them know about the rising water. By the morning in some places the water was almost 1.4m above sea level!
More than half of the city is now underwater making sightseeing a pretty soggy business. I hope this tourist packed his wellies!
At least this scuba-diver seems to me making the most of the water! Experts worry that over the next few years flooding will happen more and more often in the city.