A low pressure system will make for a cold, windy and wet end to the week for some of us. It'll pour with rain across northern and eastern counties - with thunder possible in places.
The rest of England and Wales will be prone to showers and unseasonably strong winds - bringing the chance of some disruption.
There's no easy way to say it - it'll feel cold and thoroughly miserable for the time of year.
On the other hand, Scotland, Northern Ireland, Cumbria and the Isle of Man will have a fine and bright day with some sunshine.
As for the Bank Holiday weekend - it's not looking too bad at all.
Most of us will have some sunshine and many places will get away with a dry couple of days.
By Bank Holiday Monday, there are hints of things deteriorating from the west, but temperatures will still get up to 20C or so.