Britain is raring to go with a jam-packed weekend of beer, pub gardens and glorious sunshine after some turbulent weather.
This will be the first weekend that pubs are officially allowed to open and the excitement levels are at a fever pitch.
For those that couldn't get out to celebrate in the week, Saturday is sure to be a day packed full of booze and fun with family and friends.
Temperatures are set to sizzle with highs of 17C predicted through the weekend in some parts of the country, reports BirminghamLive.
Brits will be hitting the parks, beaches, back gardens and pubs for a day to remember.
Pubs are expected to pull in around £100million after the first Friday night out since lockdown rules eased, it's been reported.
For those in need of retail therapy, Britain's high streets are sure to be busy and the salons will be full of people getting their hair done so they can look fresh for the summer sun.
The Met Office said: "A ridge of high pressure extends across the UK prolonging the settled spell of weather.
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"A dry and fine with sunny spells after a cold and frosty start.
"It will be breezy in parts of Northern Ireland and Scotland. Pleasant in the sunshine."
And the outlook for the rest of April and into May is looking like the UK will be soaked in sunshine.
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A mini-heatwave will arrive where temperatures could reach 20C in the southern and eastern regions of England.
Brian Gaze, a forecaster at Weather Outlook, told the Daily Express that temperatures potentially reach a scorching 21C by the end of the month as "proper spring warmth" arrives.
He said: "There is likely to be some rain around, but most computer models are suggesting that high pressure will bring a lot of dry weather during the rest of the month.
"Temperatures depend on where the high pressure becomes centred.
"However, the nights probably remain chilly and there could be an ongoing frost risk, particularly in the north.
"However, in the afternoon sunshine, it should feel pleasant.
"The best chance of some proper spring warmth is likely to be during the last week of April, with computer models suggesting about a 30 per cent chance of temperatures reaching 21C.
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