Get those coats and jackets packed away, as the UK is set to be hit with some nicer weather that could see temperatures hit a lovely 20c.
After a rather wet and cold final week to the school Easter holidays, much of the country was left rather disappointed they had to stick indoors for the well deserved break.
In fact, as I'm sure many of you are aware, the last few weeks has been pretty damp and miserable.
This year we have seen the wettest March for 40 years, and April has not been much better in terms of the forecast either.
Just earlier this week, Storm Noa battered parts of Devon and Cornwall with 70mph winds, that just days after a 17.3 temperature was recorded in Chertsey, Surrey on Easter Sunday.
But it appears that the warm front is returning in the coming days and weeks, which will come as great news to many fed up of the damp and gloomy weather.
While some parts of the UK have struggled to reach double figures in recent days, things are about to change.
So, whip those shorts out and get ready to flock to the big garden, as the start of summer looks to be here. Been a long time coming, hasn't it?
As per The Mirror, Jim Dale, meteorologist for British Weather Services said: “I would expect a mini heatwave in May – it is well overdue.
“This is considering the weather we have had so far this spring, which has lacked the heat seen by now in previous years, often with April temperatures well into the 20s.
“We are now walking into summer with temperatures to rise into the high teens next week, possibly touching 20C.”
The Met Office confirmed to LADbible that parts of North-West Scotland could see 20c next week, which would make it the hottest day of the year.
Actually the slightly warmer conditions will begin from today for some, as most of the country will see a nice sunny day.
While it may remain chilly for some, the south will see temperatures reach up to 15c.
But come Sunday, the forecast is looking a lot warmer for the large parts of the UK, with people in the west looking at temperatures as high as 19c.
But those heading outside in the south may want to grab a jacket too, as there may be a rather bitter chill thanks to an easterly breeze.
The warmer few days ahead could actually see the UK hotter than some of Europe's favourite holiday destinations.
Right, beer garden anyone?