This week's rain and hailstorms could be a distant memory as the sun decides to come out for the Bank Holiday, say weather forecasters.
After a gloomy and cold week, the weekend will be brighter and warmer, enjoying some "fine weather and sunny spells".
Met Office spokeswoman Sarah Holland told Aol Travel: "After today it will be a weekend of fine weather. Highs on Saturday and Sunday of 16C to 17°C with lots of bright sunny spells. Both days will start off cold but will warm up.
"On Monday, rain will gradually make its way eastwards through the day but again temperatures will be in the high teens. The south east will hold on to dry weather till the evening and there is a chance we could see temperatures of 19C to 20°C in East Anglia."
Bob Wilderspin, Deputy Chief Forecaster at the Met Office added: "Although we'll see some cold and wet weather in places on Friday, it looks as though much of the UK will enjoy fine spring weather for much of this weekend. Everywhere should see sunny spells and it should feel warm in the sunshine, but we can expect some rain to move in from the west on Monday, although the south east of Britain will hold on to fine weather."
At least it's not another prediction for thunder and hail storms.
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