Published: 16:54, 07 May 2020
| Updated: 17:15, 07 May 2020
Temperatures are set to fall in the coming days, but not before we enjoy a couple more days of sunshine in the garden.
Bank holiday Friday and Saturday are both due to be sunny across all corners Kent, with thermometer levels staying steadily above 20C.
And we could even reach the balmy heights of 24C come early afternoon on Saturday.
With lockdown expected to be gradually eased, this weekend could be the last spent confined at home.
But the fine spell is set to come to an abrupt end on Sunday as wind and rain hit the county.
Showers are expected to last on-and-off throughout the day, before temperatures hit single figures on Monday as
It will therefore be a much colder start to the week, with rain clouds refusing to budge.
However, drier and brigher conditions will break through as we progress through the week - but we are unlikely to see a repeat of the bank holiday weekend's mini heatwave.
Last month was the sunniest April on record.