Pub gardens expected to be busy as sunny weekend forecast for Milton Keynes
Forecasts suggest the borough should see 'typical' April weather over the weekend.
The first Saturday (April 17) since pub gardens reopened is expected to be a sunny one, according to BBC Weather.
People catching up over a cheeky afternoon outdoor dining or drinking session should anticipate 'sunny spells with a gentle breeze'.
It's unlikely to be blisteringly hot though, the highest expected temperature on Saturday is 12 degrees.
The sun is expected to appear more sporadically tomorrow. Sunny intervals are anticipated, but the weather is likely to be more cloudy, with a highest temperature of 10 degrees.
If going out for a Friday, socially distanced catch-up, watch out as temperatures will start to drop after 6pm, falling from 10 degrees down to 3 as the evening becomes night.
A BBC spokesperson describes Friday's weather, saying: "Tomorrow will start dry and sunny with any mist or fog clearing, but with patchy cloud re-developing later. However, it is expected to remain dry with plenty of sunshine in between patches of cloud."
Sunday is projected to be the warmest day of the weekend. "With plenty of sunny spells and only a few patches of cloud", currently forecast by the BBC. It could get as high as 14 degrees according to the most optimistic forecasts.
Monday's forecast is very similar to Sunday's with plenty of sunny intervals expected and temperatures potentially rising to 15 degrees.