As we head into tomorrow there will be more showers around, and brisk winds. The sun will come out in-between, but it'll feel quite fresh. Then, on Friday evening, get ready for some stormy weather as Hannah works in from the Atlantic.
The storm has been named by the Irish weather service and will bring a spell of rain to the West Country late on Friday, followed by strong winds into Saturday.
Before that though we've got a fairly quiet night to come with most of today's showers clearing to leave a dry few hours, and temperatures dropping to single figures. Rain will arrive across Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly by dawn though.
This rain will continue eastwards through Friday morning, followed by a cluster of showers. The afternoon looks mostly dry and bright though, with temperatures getting into the low teens.
Storm Hannah will then move through on Friday evening, leaving Saturday with strong winds and a few showers.
A cold feel too with temperatures only just in double figures. Sunday and Monday will be much quieter, with lighter winds, some more sunshine and eventually temperatures getting back to around 15 degrees.
Here's Charlie with your full forecast: