The next few days look as though they'll stay quiet and settled with more of that warm sunshine, but clear nights will lead to some low temperatures.
High pressure is right across the West Country, hence the settled conditions and sunny skies. It's also keeping the majority of weather systems at bay.
For the rest of today it'll stay dry and clear, with just a bit of cloud drifting through overnight. However, we'll see a few shallow mist patches forming by morning, along with patchy frost as a few places dip to freezing.
Mist and frost will quickly clear on Wednesday morning though, giving us another dry, warm and largely sunny day. There might be a little more cloud in the afternoon but it'll also be warmer than today with highs of 15 degrees. That sunlight is fairly strong too so it might be worth thinking about the sun cream...
The back end of this week looks a little cloudier but there will still be some sunshine around and temperatures should make it into the low teens. Saturday may be a bit fresher as a weak cold front arrives from the northwest.