Organisers say visitor numbers for the Royal Cornwall Show look to be in line with previous years despite a wet and windy start to the event. It's day two of the agricultural show in Wadebridge.
Thousands attended the opening despite yesterday's rain and heavy winds, but organisers say many left early with some cars having to be towed out of the mud by tractors.
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Outbreaks of rain and drizzle could turn heavy at times, with foggy conditions persisting over main coastal areas. Highs of 13 or 14 C