Tomorrow (November 11) marks the 100th anniversary of the end of World War One.
A number of services, parades and wreath-laying events will be taking place across Cambridgeshire.
Hundreds of people are expected to attend services across the county to pay their respects to our fallen heroes.
Come rain or shine people will be donning their poppies and observing a two-minute silence.
As most Remembrance Day ceremonies take place outside we thought it might be useful to find out what the weather's going to do.
See below for the Met Office weather forecast for Sunday, November 11 across Cambridgeshire.
Scattered heavy rain and thundery showers can be expected in the East of England, tonight and tomorrow morning.
As we enter into the afternoon, the rain will clear and temperatures will be just above average.
Heavy rain is expected in Cambridgeshire between 8-10am.
Met Office forecasters have predicted showers will become lighter as the clock strikes 11.
Remembrance Sunday 2018
The rest of the day will remain patchy and cloudy with some clearer spells in the afternoon.
Temperatures are expected to hover around 11C.
Winds will be brisk at times, bringing a cool breeze with them.
If you want to brace the cold and pay your respects tomorrow, you can find a full list of Cambridgeshire's Remembrance Day services here.