20th September 2017

Local Weather

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Headline: Turning wet in the west, but drier in the east.

Today: A largely dry start with some sunny spells. Cloud will thicken from the west through the day, with outbreaks of rain and drizzle across Devon and Cornwall by the afternoon. Drier in the east with warm sunny spells. Maximum Temperature 19C.

Tonight: Cloud will thicken across all parts overnight with outbreaks of rain moving east. It will become windy for many, particularly over exposed coasts and hills. Minimum Temperature 13C.

Thursday: A wet and windy start for many, with some heavy rain at times. Rain will move east through the morning, and it will turn drier and brighter from the west. Maximum Temperature 17C.

Outlook for Friday to Sunday: Dry at first on Friday, but some rain in the afternoon. Largely dry and breezy with sunny spells on Saturday. Variable amounts of cloud on Sunday with rain at times.