Published: 08:44, 30 August 2020
Believe it or not, but this time last year we were basking in a bank holiday heatwave.
But this weekend's gloomy weather front shows no sign of shifting any time soon, so you might want to ditch the sun cream for a Sou'wester instead.
The Met Office says today will be a cloudy start with showers expected to linger around coastal areas, though drier and brighter weather is expected inland.
Winds will ease throughout the afternoon with temperatures peaking at 19°C.
Only earlier in the month hordes of sun-worshippers were heading for the beaches as the mercury hit the high 30s.
And it's a far cry from this time last year when temperatures soared across the county - with the hottest late August Bank Holiday Monday ever recorded.
Heathrow notched up 33.2°C (91.8F) - beating its previous August Bank Holiday record of 31.5°C in 2001 - but the late summer sun had been preceded by a largely soggy and windy month.
In July 2019, Cambridge took Kent's crown as the country's hot spot, recording 38.7°C. The previous record was 38.5°C in Faversham in August 2003.
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