Brits have been lapping up the sunshine amid a heatwave which saw the mercury hit 21C in recent days, but temperatures are set to nosedive next week.
Forecasters now say that snow will be making a big return with several inches set to hit parts of the UK.
However, the warm spell isn't over yet and there are still a few hours of scorching sun to come.
Forecasters have now revealed exactly when the heatwave is set to end and tomorrow (Monday March 28) looks set to be the last hurrah.
According to weather.com, parts of the UK could hit 18C tomorrow before things start to cool down.
Other forecasters have tracked exactly when temperatures should peak on Monday, meaning that Brits can plan how to make the most of it.
Netweather have Monday's highs coming between 4pm and 7pm – slightly later than we have been used to thanks to the clocks going forward today.
BBC Weather make a similar prediction, but say that temperatures will start peaking earlier at around 2pm.
After that we should see a dramatic change in the weather, with the Met Office warning in their long range forecast from Thursday (March 31): "Possible frequent wintry showers across the north, particularly northern and eastern coastal areas.
"Further south, largely cloudy with some showers and perhaps some hill snow with a small chance of this reaching low levels.
"Windier than previous days for most and feeling widely cold."
According to advanced weather modelling maps from WX Charts, snow is set to fall in all parts of the UK.
From Wednesday (March 30) onward, a band of snow will move down from the north, blanketing Scotland with roughly four inches.
By Thursday it will have moved over northern parts of England, possibly dumping up to nine inches according to WX Charts.
Two or three inches will settle on the ground in Wales later in the week, and Northern Ireland should also see some flurries (although snow isn't expected to settle there).
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