The Jubilee weekend is on the horizon and after a brief heat wave, picnic planners are eagerly anticipating a blistering bank holiday.
However ITV weather girl Claire Nasir promises a "significantly fresher" weekend than has been experienced over the last few days, with the possibility of drizzle darkening the beginning of the holiday.
Nasir predicts that temperatures are set to stay around the seasonal average (a little below in the south) at about 15-17C. That's eight degrees lower than last weekend's glorious highs, but still mild enough for ardent royalists to celebrate with a traditional street party.
Cloud is likely to give an overcast feel to lunchtime forecasts says Nasir, but overall, it seems that the weekend itself will stay dry.
On the Monday and Tuesday rain clouds gather over the far west and south west, but "unsettled" is the prevailing description of the bank holiday forecast, with the possibility of showers over these areas.
The Met Office predicts: "the best of the bright spells will probably be more towards the southeast of the UK."
With a forecast of clouds, showers and a bit of sunshine it looks like the Jubilee bank holiday will be hit with some true "British" weather!