Forecasters are predicting heavy spells of rain across most parts of the South West tomorrow morning and afternoon [Friday].
As the west country basks in the hottest weather of the year so far, you've been sending in your pictures. Here is a selection
WEATHER: Your pictures of the sunshine across the West
A cloudy start to Mother's day with outbreaks of rain possibly falling as sleet over the moors. Overnight mist and fog may take a while to clear as well.
Temperatures will struggle to get above 6 or 7C in the afternoon but the main feature will be a strong easterly wind gusting up to 50 mph.
Kate Reeves has the forecast for tonight and Sunday:
Bob Crampton has the regional forecast for Friday:
Another band of rain brings the same old result... a wet morning. Again some heavier outbreaks as well. Still very murky.
The rain just keeps on going through the afternoon. Could be as much as 20 to 40 millimetres. Temperatures on the 11 degree mark but it will feel cooler.
Bob Crampton has the regional forecast for Thursday:
Very little changes this morning. Grey again with a lot of cloud, extensive hill fog and yet more outbreaks of rain.
Its the same picture for the afternoon. The temperatures though edging up to 10 degrees.
Well the sunshine didn't last! Here's Bob with the latest forecast:
Bob Crampton has Wednesday's regional forecast: