The long weekend is here but will the sun join us for the Easter celebrations?
It's likely that the next few days will be "patchy" throughout, according to forecasters, so it might be worth packing that mac as you go out and about this weekend.
According to the experts at the Met Office, it should remain dry across the south east throughout the Easter break although watch out for those large white clouds.
Temperatures on Friday (April 14) will range from a 13 to 16 degrees, though it might feel slightly more chilly.
"Cloudy but dry" will continue to apply through the day, though there may be intermittent "bright spells" across the region.
From late afternoon outbreaks of light rain may affect the northern areas and it will begin to get slightly breezy into the evening with some rainy spells.
It is set to be even cooler on Saturday with the maximum temperature hitting just 13 degrees.
Despite the wind, the south coast showers from the night before will have cleared up into a "dry day with variable cloud and some sunny spells."
It might not be the warmest day but you will be able to venture out with your family without worrying too much about forgetting your umbrella.
Easter Sunday and Monday
The Met Office said the two days will be "rather cool throughout".
Sunday will begin much the same with patches of dry and breezy clouds.
There might be a rainbow ahead for Monday as while the day is estimated to be brighter, there will be more showers.
It is estimated that it won't be until Tuesday when the weather returns back to last weekend's glorious dry and sunny days.