There's one day left of the Bournemouth Air Festival 2016 - but what will the weather be like?
Thursday saw a full day of flying displays thanks to blue skies and warm temperatures.
While Friday saw the rain and wind give way to sunny skies just in time for the flying to start.
However, the wingwalkers, Red Devils and The Tigers all had to be cancelled due to the weather.
Strong winds meant displays had to be pushed back on Saturday with flying stopped at 8pm as the weather deteriorated.
According to The Met Office, Sunday will be dry with sunny intervals and less than a 5% chance of rain. They are predicting heavy rain from 5pm so the weather should hold for the displays.
The BBC also says there will be heavy rain from 5pm.
The Weather Channel says there's a 70% of light rain on Sunday with west-southwest winds and highs of 22C.
Accuweather predicts Sunday will see variable clouds and breezy conditions with a "touch of rain" this afternoon.
But of course the real decider for the festival and the flying displays is the aviation forecast - if the cloud base is too low, the displays will be altered or possibly even postponed.
Currently the forecast is for broken cloud at 1600ft, with winds of about 13 knots.
MetCheck is predicting 69% cloud cover on Sunday between 12pm and 3pm with an 85% chance of cloud cover until 6pm.