by Bob Crampton
The next string of showers is due today. There should be fewer of them though and they won't be as hefty as yesterday's lot. In between them we're still treated to sunny periods. The showers more scattered this afternoon. Perhaps more cloud feeding in.
We cling onto the sun for another day. Its nice after early cloud lifts, although mist could roll onto the north coast.Some cloud first thing. But it shouldn't last long. There's been some mist in the Irish Sea - that could lap onto the North Cornwall shoreline, keeping temperatures down there.
You'll have to live with the cloudy conditions for a while longer. Turning breezy with a few bright periods later today.
What we've got is a grey old morning - lots of cloud for all areas. Highs in the 12-degree range. At the end of the afternoon, patchy rain getting into the far west.