Keep your umbrella to hand as more wet weather could be on the way.
A yellow weather warning of rain , which was originally in place until 4pm on Monday (May 29), has been downgraded - however, forecasters continue to warn of potentially wet and thundery conditions.
Met Office forecaster Greg Dewhurst told getwestlondon there was still a "low risk of odd heavy thundery showers developing".
But with temperatures still getting into the 20s, it will be feeling warm amid the occasional risk of rain.
The Met Office forecast for Bank Holiday Monday said: "Rather cloudy with occasional rain, this sometimes heavy and thundery.
"Some brighter spells are likely in places.
"Very warm and humid inland, especially in the east, but cooler near the Hampshire and Sussex coasts."
Posting on Twitter, the Met Office shared a picture of the forecast across the UK.
As we move into Monday evening, forecasters are predicting the showers and thunderstorms to fade away, leaving a mainly dry day with sunny spells on Tuesday (May 30).
It will be feeling a lot cooler on Tuesday though, with highs of 23C.
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