The good news is everyone is going to experience some dry and fine weather over the Bank Holiday weekend.
It may actually be the hottest day of the year tomorrow, with some places in southern England and the north of Scotland (yes, Scotland) experiencing highs of 30C.
But before you go planning your barbecues the Met Office has warned there could also be some thunderstorms.
They will be concentrated in the north and western parts of the UK on Saturday and the showers could last a while.
It will be very warm and humid for some areas of the UK but fresher across parts of the west.
Further rain, showers and thunderstorms are expected on Sunday but these will be mainly in southern and central parts of Britain, with drier and brighter conditions further north.
Met Office spokesperson said: ‘The more likely scenario is for rather mixed conditions during the Bank Holiday, with showery outbreaks of rain, perhaps heavy and thundery, but also some brighter spells.
‘Temperatures are likely to be down compared to earlier on in the weekend, although it should stay rather warm and humid, especially in the southeast.’