The Met Office in Exeter is to get a new super computer - costing £97 million.
It'll be able to perform 16,000 trillion calculations a second and will weigh the equivalent of 11 double decker buses.
It will be able to provide very high detail weather information for precise geographical areas and help predict events such as flooding and heavy snowfall more effectively.
It's being welcomed by the Chief Secretary to the Treasury, Danny Alexander.
A person is in a critical condition after a crash on the A30 near Ide in Exeter. A car is believed to have left the road.
The air ambulance has taken the casualty to the Royal Devon and Exeter hospital.
The road is currently closed in both directions between Ide and Fingle Glen, and police are asking that drivers avoid the area.
The A30 in Devon is closed and there is queuing traffic both ways after an accident between the A377 (Alphington Junction) and Five Mile Hill (Fingle Glen) near Ide.
The air ambulance will be landing on the M5 bound side of the A30 to deal with the single car accident.
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Police looking for a missing 35-year-old man in Exeter have recovered a body from the water at Exeter Quay.
They were called out on Sunday evening and while searches were underway, officers heard a man had entered the water near Haven Banks.
The police helicopter, police officers and the fire service water rescue team searched the area but were unable to find him.
The dead man's family has been informed.
The Independent Police Complaints Commission has been called in to investigate.
Flybe is starting flights between Exeter and London City Airport for the first time. The service will run a three times a day - and the first left just after 6.30am this morning.
The company says that it will consider increasing the number of routes if there's the demand.
The RSPCA says hundreds of animals are being abandoned by their owners and many dumped like rubbish by the roadside. The charity is worried the situation will get even worse as the weather gets colder and we get closer to Christmas.
One animal sanctuary in Exeter is having to deal with the problem increasingly.
A school is counting the cost of flash floods in Exeter. Ladysmith Infant School was forced to close today after three classrooms were damaged by running water.
One of the teachers, Louise Moretta, has been helping with the clean-up.
Seriously raining in Exeter, causing flash flooding and even lifting the manhole covers ? ?? ?? http://t.co/9F4OJwF390
The family of an Exeter man who died in police custody will take part in a rally tomorrow. Thomas Orchard died two years ago after being found in a cell at Heavitree Road Police Station in October 2012.
His family are angry about how long its taken to investigate how he died. Mr Orchard had been arrested in Exeter city centre on suspicion of a public order offence.
The Independent Police Complaints Commission has sent a file to the Crown Prosecution Service to investigate whether any charges should be brought against a custody sergeant, three police officers, two custody detention staff and an agency nurse.