The island has had its fifth-sunniest Spring since records began.
Forecasters say we had 773 hours of sunshine across March, April and May.
That's 144 more than the 30-year average - the equivalent of the sun shining non-stop for six extra days.
It was also 94 more hours of sunshine than Guernsey.
Jersey also had a lot less rain than is normal for the time of year - with just 98mm recorded across the three months.
Spring 2022 in Jersey - Mild, much drier and sunnier than average, 5th sunniest Spring since records began in 1925. pic.twitter.com/qMxvivzxmj— Jersey Met (@Jersey_Met) June 7, 2022
Last month was warmer, drier and sunnier than Jersey's average May.
There were almost 300 hours of sunshine - making it the eighth sunniest May since records began in 1894.
Data from Jersey Met shows we had less than a third of the usual amount of rain.
May 2022 in Jersey - Warmer, much drier and sunnier than average. pic.twitter.com/zXtAo1mkl8— Jersey Met (@Jersey_Met) June 7, 2022