Crack out the sunnies and grab those shorts from the back of your wardrobe - it is going to get hot!
After a few days when an umbrella was certainly man's best friend, with parts of west London suffering from flooding , the tables are beginning to turn with temperatures forecast to reach the late 20s in the capital, accompanied by plenty of sunshine.
The Met Office forecast for Monday (May 22) in London says: "After a bright and sunny start, cloud may tend to increase for a time during the day, but it will remain dry and warm."
It is going to be hot, with temperatures forecast to reach as high as 25°C and possibly even 26°C.
The sunshine will subside slightly from Tuesday (May 23) to Wednesday (May 24) but it will stay warm.
Met Office meteorologist Alex Burkill told getwestlondon: "Tuesday and Wednesday are looking like it's going to be cloudier, we've got high pressure across the UK that's going to bring a bit of cloud around.
"There will be some sunshine for sure, but just a bit cloudier."
He adds: "I still expect temperatures of around 23 to 24."
The end of the week is looking hotter again: as the high pressure moves away to the east, southerly air will come our way, bringing with it soaring temperatures.
Mr Burkill said: "By Friday and into the weekend, we could be talking high 20s."
As for the bank holiday, Mr Burkill said it is looking a little more uncertain than normal.
He warned: "It looks likely that the very warm weather will continue into the weekend, but then there is likely to be something of a break down with the risk of rain, perhaps even thunder, as we go through the weekend."
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