- From West Country weather presenter Charlie Powell
This week is looking quite changeable, with outbreaks of rain, some dry days but a cooler feel than the tail end of last week.
The reason is that low pressure is never too far away from the West Country, bringing fronts and spells of rain. However, on Wednesday we'll be between two weather systems so there should be a quieter spell mid-week.
As for this evening there will will be a few more showers moving through but it'll otherwise be dry with some late sunshine. Cloud will increase overnight and rain will spread across the Isles of Scilly, Cornwall and west Devon. Further east it'll be drier and most places will stay in double figures.
Through Tuesday that rain will continue eastwards, heavy at times, although it should break up a bit in the afternoon allowing some sunshine through. Temperatures won't be as high though, rising to 15 or 16 degrees, and it will be a wetter day than today.
Wednesday will offer a drier spell of weather, followed by sunshine and heavy showers on Thursday. Then rain will move in on Friday. Temperatures will stay around the mid-teens too.