The weather is set to take a damper turn this bank holiday weekend, with heavy rain and thundery showers forecast for the south east.
Although Saturday (April 29) was mostly dry with sunny spells, the weather for Sunday and Monday is predicted to take a turn for the worst.
Met Office forecaster, Chris Page said: "A weather system will slowly creep in from the south west with the winds strengthening.
"But it means the temperatures will hold up over Saturday night and it will be a milder night compared to last night.
"As we start our day on Sunday morning, it will be a cloudy and damp start to the south west and that rain will quickly spread into the south coast.
"There will be some dry pockets of sunshine."
Rain is forecast for the south east from 5pm on Sunday (April 30) right the way through to 2am on Monday (May 1).
Temperatures are expected to peak 18C throughout Sunday.
He added: "On Monday, we hold onto that area of low pressure that's bringing us this cloud and rain.
"There will be some strong winds still affecting the south coast with some heavy, thundery showers feeding into that."
The rain is expected to fall in the south east between 12 and 4pm.
Sunshine is also forecast for Monday, with highs of 15C.
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