The Environment Agency currently issed 6 flood warnings across the south west.
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The Environment agency have issued a flood warning in Somerset around Northmoor Green and Moorland. Three flood warnings are in place across the South West.
The rainy system from overnight pulls away to be replaced by a showery regime this morning. The showers pop up from the word go, driven along by that fresh wind.
By the afternoon we could be experiencing hefty outbreaks of rain with possibly hail and thunder in the mix. Some lively gusts of wind - all going to make it feel fresher and cooler.
It won't take long for the showers to get going again this morning and we could see some heavy downpours which may lead to surface water on the roads or even localised flooding.
Some coastal areas may well become drier in the afternoon but showers continuing elsewhere and highs reaching around 18 or 19C in the sunnier moments.
For some parts it will turn wet this morning. With the centre of a low pressure much closer, the showers will become heavy, mainly in the far west. The Met Office have a yellow alert for heavy outbreaks.
Showers become a little more widespread in the afternoon. Highs of 18 degrees where there's some sunshine.
Overnight rain will clear quickly leaving it cloudy but mostly dry with just the odd shower this morning.
That cloud will break will up this afternoon to allow brighter skies and fresher air will be feeding in over the far west by teatime.
This morning: A mostly dry start with sunshine to the north and east. Cloud thickening from the south and west with a few showers possible later.
Feeling warmer than recently.
This afternoon: Staying bright for the east of the region but cloud and a few showers will continue to push in from the southwest. Highs this afternoon of 20C
A damp start to the day for many and still feeling quite breezy too after last night's unsettled weather.
Much brighter this afternoon and feeling a touch warmer.
Still the chance of the odd shower though.