Tonight will be chilly with temperatures falling as low as 8C.
Wednesday morning will be largely cloudy, but with some sunny spells to the east.
Highs of 13C.
A man who admitted indecently assaulting boys at a private school in Devon has appeared in court in Birmingham accused of 27 further sexual offences involving young boys in Kenya.
Simon Harris has already pleaded guilty to sex offences committed against three pupils, all aged between 13 and 14, while he was employed at Shebbear College in the 1980s.
Today the court was told how he "preyed" on Kenyan street children as young as six years old. Harris denies the charges.
Police are becoming increasingly concerned for the welfare of a missing woman from Dorchester.
Joan Davis, aged 66, was last seen at her home address along St. Helens Road last night but was reported missing today, Wednesday 21 October 2014.
Joan is described as white, with short grey hair and of medium build and normally wears glasses. She may be wearing denim jeans.
Three people were rescued by ladder from a first floor window after a fire at a house in Menheniot this morning.
The incident happened at 6.30am in Lower Clicker Road.
Fire engines from Liskeard, Looe and Saltash were called to the house.
Householders of more than 750 homes in Cornwall who woke up without power this morning should be reconnected by lunchtime..
Western Power says it is also working to fix problems in Hayle, St Buryan, Mevagissey and Illogan.
It is after the remnants of Hurricane Gonzalo ripped across the Duchy, with winds of up to 50mph.
The night's rain is clearing leaving a fresh and blustery morning.
Mostly dry but with scattered showers and strong winds throughout the afternoon.
Highs of 13C.
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Emergency works to save Teignmouth Beach are to be undertaken by the District Council to build up the level of sand to protect against the sea.
An urgent report on Monday said that the beach profile was lower than the "crisis " level and action was needed to protect the sea wall, the Den and car park. The funding is to come from a grant from the Environment Agency.
Town Councillor Don Baldey says the issue is not a new one and claims that dredging by the Harbour Commission and dumping the sand off Holcombe is making the situation worse. He has asked the Environment Agency to take action.
Western Power Distribution is currently reporting that 768 properties throughout Cornwall are currently without electricity. Various incidents are thought to be related to high winds bringing down power lines at Redruth, Penryn and Braunton.