The rest of this week looks mostly fine and dry with a good deal of sunshine, especially later on when temperatures will start to pick up.
High pressure is on the scene keeping a lot of weather systems away from the West Country, and for the next few days we're not going to see much in the way of rainfall.
As we head through this evening, cloud will melt away leaving a dry night with increasingly clear skies. However, that will allow fog to form quite widely during the early hours of Friday. It won't be as chilly as the last few nights with lows of 12 or 13 degrees.
Fog will lift quickly on Friday morning, and should be out of the way by 8 or 9 am, leaving the rest of the day dry and sunny with light winds.
Temperatures will be a bit higher too, reaching 25 Celsius across parts of Somerset, Gloucestershire and Wiltshire.
The Bank Holiday weekend is also looking dry, fine and warm, with temperatures peaking on Saturday in the high twenties. It'll stay warm into next week though with plenty of sunshine.