The Queen's Jubilee Weekend
has arrived, the bunting is going up and the party cakes are being baked, but the weather hasn't quite read the script.
Today (Saturday) will be a mainly dry and bright day for much of the country, but rain will push in from the southwest through the afternoon with one of two showers ahead of it. Temperatures will be warmest in the south - reaching the high teens, it's the mid teens at best elsewhere.
After a very wet night in southern and central areas, Sunday sees that rain persisting, but perhaps become much lighter and patchier in the south - so although we can't promise bright sunshine for the Thames pageant it may not be too bad. North of the rain through much of Northern England and Scotland it should be a mainly dry day with just a few showers - it will be chilly though.
Monday will see the rain slow to clear southeast, but once it does most places will be generally dry with a scattering of showers. Tuesday will start on a similar note, although more rain will be edging up from the southwest during the day.
Whatever the weather in your part of the country, we hope you have a great weekend. If any significant changes to the forecast occur we'll update them right here..