There's no shortage of sunshine here in Edinburgh now, but that nagging wind from off the North Sea keeps on refusing to go away and as a result, the temperature remains stuck at around 17°C as at 1pm BST (12:00 UTC) this afternoon.
It had been forecast to warm up a bit here over the weekend, but that is only due to the fact that we are gradually being expected to see the air start to come from a slightly warmer source (i.e. from closer to the Mediterranean rather than from somewhere like northern Scandinavia).
Even if that happens though, that air is still expected to be reaching us from off the North Sea, at least to begin with. With that, it might get warm enough inland for you to not to have to go very far inland to be starting to find it quite hot. That would be good news for Jerry in the south of Edinburgh as he might start to find it a lot warmer there as a result, but that would also increase the risks of east coast haar, especially here in the north of Edinburgh which would still continue to not feel all that warm.
In the end, I wouldn't be surprised in any way if that is where all of this ends up going but for now, it seems as that air is still coming from that cooler source up here.