A bit of a shaky start this week with weather systems trying to move in from the Atlantic, but as February half terms go, it's shaping up nicely by Friday with more sunshine and higher temperatures.
Earlier today a weak cold front moved through, bringing us those cloudy skies and bursts of rain.
Things will remain changeable until around Wednesday but after that we'll tap into warm southerly wind that'll give a boost to temperatures. Some could see the high teens by Friday!
As for this evening and overnight it'll be mostly dry with clear skies around. Winds will be light too, so for some we could see lows of 1 Celsius by the end of the night. Don't be surprised if there's a bit of frost first thing on Tuesday.
Otherwise tomorrow looks dry with some sunshine around, but those weather systems in the Atlantic will throw cloud across the West Country. Temperatures should still make 11 degrees though.
Wednesday will be on the cloudy and damp side, with highs of 10 or 11 degrees again. However, things start to improve from Thursday with a little more sunshine breaking through.
By Friday it should be lovely and bright, with a few places seeing temperatures as high as 15 or 16 Celsius!
The best temperatures are likely to be along the north coast of Devon, around north Somerset and into Gloucestershire.