Sun forecast ...no kidding!
PEOPLE will be getting out and about this weekend with a dry few days expected.
The Met Office has predicted a lull in the recent wet weather with temperatures even reaching a balmy 23C (73F) in places.
Today should be sunny throughout with temperatures getting as high as 19C (66F). There will be relatively little wind too.
Tomorrow it will be even warmer at 21C (70F), although conditions are anticipated to be cloudy so there won't be too much sunshine.
Sunday will be almost identical, making for a dry, yet overcast, weekend across the county.
Monday will be littered with sunny spells and it will be the warmest day for some time with temperatures expected to get up to 23C (73F).
The break from showers comes as the Met Office announced this summer is officially the wettest for 100 years.
It is beaten in the record books only by deluges in 1910.
Figures up to Wednesday showed 366.8mm of rain has fallen since June.