Our brief flirtation with winter has well and truly disappeared with mild, sunny days along the coast forecast well into next week.
Temperatures will reach a top of 20 degrees until Tuesday, while further inland the sun will continue to shine with a top of 19 degrees.
However, night-time temperatures along the coast will fall to nine degrees on both Saturday and Sunday nights, and 11 degrees on Friday night, and 5-7 degrees further inland.
Day-time temperatures have remained above the June maximum average since the start of the week, reaching a warm 24 degrees on Tuesday, five degrees above average.
The highest temperature for June was recorded on June 16, 2002 when the mercury climbed to 26.4 degrees.
On the other end of the scale, the June 4 top of 13 degrees - which was 5.9 below the monthly average - was on track for the lowest June day-time temperature.