Due to challenging weather conditions, the Red Arrows have tweeted that the bad weather had put a halt to their plans to fly at Fowey Regatta.
The news will come as a disappointment to many who were hoping to watch a spectacular display at 6pm.
The Arrows also had to cancel their planned appearance at the fireworks championships in Plymouth last night.
Due to challenging weather conditions today, the Red Arrows have tweeted that they're "putting plans in place" for two displays to happen at Fowey Regatta.
But bad weather meant the Arrows had to cancel their planned appearance at the fireworks championships in Plymouth last night.
And they are still unsure whether they will be able to take to the skies at 6pm.
Thousands are expected in the Cornish town of Fowey later as the Red Arrows, perform at the regatta.
Bad weather meant the Arrows had to cancel their planned appearance at fireworks championships in Plymouth last night - but all being well they will be soaring across West Country skies today.
Fowey's week-long event is one of the most popular in the sailing calendar. Local Troy yachts will be racing - only 28 of which have ever been built.
Paignton Regatta has postponed it's fireworks display due to bad weather predicted for this evening and throughout today (August 13th).
The display was due to start this evening at 21:45 but will now take place tomorrow (Friday August 14th).
Due to bad weather and very strong winds forecast for this evening the organisers of this years Royal Regatta Fireworks 2012 have taken the decision to postpone the event.
David Selley, the chairman of the Regatta, said for reasons of health and safety the display will now take place at 9pm tomorrow evening instead.
The Torbay Royal Regatta has been taking place at part of Torbay Week with boats, yachts and races showcasing local sailing talent. And there's a new event this year - teams from local pubs and clubs are competing later in a regatta for non-rowers. The event runs until Wednesday.
The Torbay Royal Regatta started today with sailors from around the South West taking part. It's a popular event with spectators because the shape of the bay provides some great vantage points.
Now entering its 5th year, Torbay Week has become one of the premiere sailing regattas in the South West. Jointly organised and run by the four local sailing and yacht clubs, Torbay Week is open to all types of Dinghies and Yachts.
Races are held each day for most boat classes and there are social events hosted in the evenings. For those not taking part on the water, the horseshoe shape of the bay provides plenty of opportunities for spectators. There are also a host of other attractions and land based activities.
It's the first day of the region's largest sailing regatta. Falmouth Week sees around 450 yachts and dingies racing in three fleets over eight days. The event is expected to attract an extra 80,000 visitors to the town. Watch Kathy Wardle's report:
Falmouth Week is underway. It is the largest Regatta in the South West. Around 450 yachts and dinghies are taking part over the next eight days. The event attracts more than 80,000 extra visitors to Falmouth, compared to the other weeks in August.