After weeks of wind, rain - and even snow - we're finally on course for some hot and sunny weather.
The Daily Mail reports that Britain could enjoy warmer weather than Spain and Greece this week.
The Met Office have forecasted dry and settled weather for the week, with temperatures reaching the mid-20s by Wednesday.
Forecaster Rebekah Sherwin said: "It's a far change from the weather we have been having so far this month.
"It looks like a fairly settled and dry week with temperatures getting up to 26C in the South.
"The hottest we've seen it this year is 23.6C in Aberdeenshire on March 27, so we could even see the hottest day of the year so far."
She added: "There may be a few showers in the south-west, but apart from that it looks like summer could finally be here."
But it sounds as if we should make the most of it, because the good weather might not last.
Ms Sherwin says: "It is still too early to give details of the weather we can expect over the Jubilee weekend. There are still a couple of weeks to go.
"Certainly, the next week is going to be very nice, but in the first few days of June we may see a return to something more changeable."