A washout is coming to Britain with the long Bank Holiday weekend proving disappointing after a decent start.
Weather Outlook maps show from midnight there will be rain breaking out in Scotland and the north of England.
“Tomorrow a band of showery rain spreads southeastwards”Brian Gaze
That will turn torrential by the morning and move down south as the day goes on.
The same will be experienced on Bank Holiday Monday with the whole of the UK getting rain at some point according to the maps.
Brian Gaze, of Weather Outlook, said: “Tonight outbreaks of heavy rain affect much of the north and west.
"Southern, central and eastern England remain dry.
“Tomorrow a band of showery rain spreads southeastwards and reaches southern counties in the afternoon.
“Clearer and cooler conditions follow into much of the north, but persistent outbreaks of rain continue in northern Scotland.”
Then for Monday it will be similar with even cooler temperatures according to Weather Outlook.
Brian added: “Bank Holiday Monday will be showery and Scotland may have more persistent outbreaks of rain.
“There will be sunny periods too with the best of them in southern counties.
“Temperatures won't be as high as recently, however it should still feel warm in the sun, especially in the south.
“The changeable theme continues through the rest of next week so all of the UK probably has some rain.
“The driest and brightest conditions are likely to be in the south.”
And if punters are right, next month is set to be a scorcher.
Bookie Coral has taken a flurry of bets in the last 24 hours on next month being the hottest June on record.
"The early outlook for June is positive and that has prompted a flurry of bets for a record hot month in the UK," said Coral's John Hill.
"With the threat of heavy downpours later in the bank holiday weekend, the odds have been trimmed for a record wet May, however, they also indicate temperatures could still rise in the high 20s.”