It looks like a little bit of welcome sunshine is on its way, after a week of chilly temperatures, with the Met office predicting Buckinghamshire will be sizzling in 23C sunshine on Sunday June 5.
Following a week where you could be forgiven for thinking we'd moved straight to autumn, the weather is due to brighten up.
Amersham, Chesham, Beaconsfield, High Wycombe and Aylesbury are all predicted to hit the 23C mark. Don't head to Buckingham though, temperatures there are only expected to reach 22C.
According to the Met Office, the weather for the rest of Saturday June 4 is likely to remain overcast into the evening, and we could see some more rain.
But early morning mist on Sunday June 5 will be replaced with a break in the clouds and some bright skies.
Experts are blaming a stubborn region of high pressure close to the UK for the sluggish start to the season.
Make the most of it though, the cloud is likely to reappear from Monday June 6, and temperatures are expected to be around the 20C mark for the rest of the week.