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25 May 2019, 12:27 | Updated: 25 May 2019, 16:24
It wouldn't be a British bank holiday without a bit of rain and that looks like exactly what we're going to get.
The Met Office have said while it's unikely to be a washout, it will be disappointing after our recent spell of warm, sunny weather.
Saturday will see the best of the weather, staying mostly dry and temperatures set to reach 22C/23C in the South East.
However it's Sunday and Monday when you will need to keep the brolly handy as intermittent showers are expected across the UK with a chance of 'the odd rumble of thunder' according to forecaster Steve Keates.
We'll see a north to south split in our #weather this afternoon. Southern England and much of Wales will hold on to some warm #sunshine, but it'll be cooler further north with some #rain pic.twitter.com/DmF8X6PhTR— Met Office (@metoffice) May 25, 2019
Temperatures are also due to drop to mid-teens.
Mr Keates said: "The bank holiday weekend will be a bit disappointing compared to recent weather but it won’t be a washout.
"The best of the weather is Saturday whereas Sunday and Monday will be a bit more mixed."