An earthquake has been felt by people across the South West this afternoon.
The epicentre of the quake was just north-east of Swansea in South Wales with people across the region reporting feeling their homes shake.
The British Geological Survey say it had a 4.4 magnitude - an event which only occurs every two to three years.
Sunny spells continue this afternoon. Clear skies tonight could see a frost in the morning.Read the full story ›
The latest weather forecast for Bristol, Gloucestershire, Wiltshire, Dorset and Somerset with Bob.Read the full story ›
Rain will move across the region turning from heavy to patchy during the day. A generally milder day with temperatures around 8 degrees.Read the full story ›
More harsh weather on the way after a cold night with ice and frost forming. A cloudy start to Wednesday followed by heavy rain.Read the full story ›
The M5 southbound has now reopened between junction 28 (Cullompton) and junction 29 (Exeter) following a serious collision earlier today. The section of motorway in Devon was closed after an incident at 6.45am.
Police have now completed their on-scene investigations and all three lanes were reopened just before 4pm.
An earlier incident also closed the M5 southbound between junction 25 (Taunton) and junction 26 (Wellington) and the A30 was reopened in Devon at 2pm following an early-morning incident between the A35 and A303 at Otter Vale.