It is fair to say that 2023 has not been the best in terms of weather so far, but that has changed in recent days, and looks set to continue.
As we are all aware, the thing us Brits like to talk about the most has certainly picked up in recent weeks, with temperatures surpassing 20C in parts of the country over the most recent bank holiday weekend.
And the warmer conditions look set to carry on in the coming days and weeks, and I for one cannot wait for it.
In fact, today (4 June) could well be the hottest day of the year so far, where temperatures could reach a barmy 26C in western parts of the UK.
That would beat the previous highest temperature recorded so far this year of 24.9C recorded in Porthmadog, North Wales, on 30 May.
The Met Office have said the record could once more been broken again in Wales, or even in southwest England this time.
"We'd be looking at that somewhere in the west, probably similar kind of areas, parts of Wales, maybe southwest England," Meteorologist Rachel Ayers, as per Sky News.
However, others parts of the UK are set to see slightly lower temperatures, with the eastern coasts seeing highs of around 16C.
But if you are situated more inland, expect temperatures to reach between 18 and 20C - certainly hot enough to crack open a beer, right?
Beyond Sunday, the pleasant conditions are set to continue into next week, with temperatures set to enter the mid-20s range.
But while it may be getting rather warm, the Met Office have said it is not a heatwave.
As per Sky News, Stephen Dixon, spokesman for the Met Office, said: "As we move towards next weekend there's a signal for temperatures possibly getting towards the mid-20s.
"It's not anything we'd call a heatwave, but there's some signals for later next week and into next weekend for higher temperatures, particularly in the south."
There is some chance of very isolated rain, and temperatures could even reach as high as 30C next weekend.
While the sunny days might be rather nice, the sticky, sweaty nights are certainly not.
And if the sudden increase in temperature has tempted you to sleep naked to try and combat the heat, then you might want to think again.
That is because an expert from the Shut Eye TikTok account has revealed: "Here's why you should never sleep commando. The average person cracks one off 15 to 25 times a day, and this can happen when you're sleeping.
"A scientific study has proven that every time you beep the horn, you spray a tiny amount of faecal material."
So yeah, maybe not the best idea.