Drought has been declared in the West following months of low rainfall. The Environment Agency says the last 18 months have been the second driest on record. It's concerned the dry weather will affect wildlife and wetland habitats but says public water supplies should remain unaffected.
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It'll be a drier and brighter start to the working week - with the thunderstorms of the Bank Holiday well behind us.
The bank holiday weekend may have brought some hefty showers but the next few days are looking a little quieter.