We've had our warmest weekend of the year so far.
Yesterday St James Park, London saw top temperatures of 25C - but the warmth wasn't just concentrated in the south east. Much of England and Wales had a warm and sunny weekend.
Milton Keynes, Hull, Sheffield and Gravesend all saw 24C and Coventry, Linton-on-Ouse in Yorkshire and Nottingham reached a pleasant-feeling 23C.
Before midday today several spots have already reached 24C - making 26C a possibility and the warmest day of the year so far.
Temperatures are a few degrees above average for the time of year - the unseasonably warm, muggy air mostly extending in from the near Continent.
This is in stark contrast to last May which was the coolest since 1996.
From today, there'll be something of a breakdown as cloud and thunderstorms develop from the west and drift into central spots.
Expect a similar set-up tomorrow - with the sunshine in shorter supply. The close, muggy air will give way to fresher conditions by midweek.
Enjoy it while it lasts - for most this evening will be perfect for a last minute Monday night BBQ!