After a disappointing August of downpours and low temperatures, the sunshine is finally returning to the south east.
As temperatures continue to rise, the Met Office predicts the warmest late August Bank Holiday Monday on record to hit the county tomorrow (August 28).
According to the Met Office, there is a "small chance" of 30C in parts of southern England. Whoop whoop.
The warm spell comes just in time for Notting Hill Carnival.
A Met Office forecaster said: “It could be the warmest late August Bank Holiday Monday since it was established in 1965.
“The highest Bank Holiday Monday temperature on record is 28.3C, set in 1990, provisional data going back to 1975 shows.
“It is nice and warm for most – and, after the weather in recent weeks, it is about time too.”
But don't get too excited.
Even though the sun is expected for a wee bit longer, high temperatures won't stick around.
A Met Office forecaster added: "Tuesday and Wednesday could see some rain moving into the southeast but we are keeping an eye on this.
"There is a lot of bright weather to come but there will be rain later in the week."
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