The second bank holiday in May is expected to see much better weather than the first, with temperatures hitting a high of 21C.
The snow and frost which blighted the May Day bank holiday will be nowhere to be seen, according to forecasters, who are expecting much more pleasant conditions.
Saturday is expected to be the best day, hitting the highest temperatures in the south of the country.
Met Office spokesman Dan Williams told Mirror Online : "Saturday looks pretty decent in the south east, although there will be a bit of cloud and light rain clearing in the morning.
"Everywhere else will be pretty decent with bright spells and light winds. There will be temperatures of 20C in the south east with the rest of England and Wales in the mid to high teens.
"Towards the end of Saturday we will see a front bringing cloud and light rain in the north west working its way across the country on Sunday."
"Sunday will be a mixed day," the forecaster continued, "with temperatures of 21C in London before the front.
"There are more settled conditions on Monday, with cloud but bright spells. The top temperature will be 17C.
"Saturday will be the best day. It's pretty typical for this time of year."
While it's more pleasant we aren't expected to see the glorious highs of last week.