The Bank Holiday Weekend weather forecast has largely seen talk of rain, washouts, and even snow up in Scotland.
But there's good news on the horizon for some parts of the UK, with the sun breaking through on Monday, delivering temperatures of up to 20C.
Leon Brown, meteorologist at The Weather Channel, told Aol Travel: "It will become warmer from Sunday in the south.
"Temperatures on Bank Holiday Monday will reach the mid to upper teens, but could reach 19 or 20C over the south east Midlands to London area."
Chris Burton, forecaster at The Weather Network, agreed the south should be pleasant, telling Aol Travel: "Bank Holiday Monday should hopefully be a drier and brighter day with spells of sunshine.
"Northern and western areas could still see a few showers and there is the risk of some rain in the far south later in the day.
"Temperatures will rise through the weekend and by Monday, highs in the high teens are possible across the southern half of the UK."
The Met Office also predicts a brighter Sunday and Monday, but also warns of some rain, saying: In the South East, many will see sunny spells later on Sunday, perhaps also isolated thundery showers, with maximum temperatures of 19C.
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