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
This morning it's damp with low cloud and some hill fog. There'll be one or two heavier outbreaks of rain coming along as well.
Staying fairly gloomy in the afternoon. Grey with hill fog and wet just about everywhere.
It's a sunny afternoon for most of the region - but make the most of it as rain is on the way for the rest of the week.
Watch the latest forecast with Bob:
Bob Crampton has the regional forecast for Tuesday:
Any fog clearing early this morning. Then its fine with good bouts of sunshine - maybe a bit more cloud.
Keeping the sunny spells going in the afternoon. But the main feature has to be the much milder temperatures - highs could reach 13 degrees. 14, even 15 degrees, can't be ruled out.
Here is the latest weather forecast for the region with Bob Crampton....
Peter Griffin has Monday's forecast for the region:
A cloudy and cool start to the day with some brightness breaking through for parts of Wiltshire and Gloucestershire and into Somerset and everywhere staying dry.
In the afternoon there is a chance of some brighter skies through parts of Cornwall and Devon as well but the best of any breaks reserved for Wiltshire and Dorset. Temperatures reaching around 6 or 7C but feeling colder in that east to southeasterly wind
Kate Reeves has the forecast for tonight and Sunday:
Watch the latest forecast with Kate Reeves: