It's time to unpack the barbecue utensils and head off to the butchers as sunshine on Saturday means spring is finally going to arrive.
After last weekend's false start with high winds despite high temperatures, the Met Office is predicting a warm and sunny Saturday.
And, although Sunday's conditions won't match the preceding 24 hours, it will still resemble a spring day.
The Lincolnshire forecast is for a cloudy Thursday morning with sunny intervals in the early afternoon and a top temperature of 12C.
But it will cloud over again on Thursday afternoon, with a chance of rain in the early evening.
Friday will also start cloudy, but with more sunny intervals expected in the afternoon and a high of just 10C.
And Saturday should be the warmest day so far this year because of extremely low wind speeds.
Plenty of sunshine is predicted from the early morning until darkness falls, with a high of about 14C in mid to late afternoon.
Sunday, though, is forecast to be cloudier again, with a few sunny intervals after lunch and a slightly lower top temperature of 13C.