It's felt more like autumn recently with some very chilly nights for the time of year, but it looks like we haven't seen the last of summer yet.
The remains of Hurricane Cristobal will move towards Iceland on Sunday and this will pull the jet stream northwards allowing high pressure and warmer air to move across the UK during the first week of September.
How warm it actually gets will depend on exactly where the high pressure ends up and the wind direction.
A south-easterly wind would bring warm air off the near continent and this would send afternoon temperatures soaring into the low to mid 20s Celsius.
So the school holidays may be coming to an end but don't put the paddling pool away just yet.
Summer looks set to make a comeback next month!