This Bank Holiday weekend is still looking decent with three fine days, plenty of sunshine and some high temperatures.
High pressure is still around, but a couple of weak weather fronts looks as though they'll move across the West Country. They'll bring cloud at times and perhaps the very occasional shower.
Plenty of sunshine this evening though, with a couple of fog patches developing by Saturday morning. Temperatures dropping to 12 or 13 degrees but quite mild along the south coast.
Sunshine will last through Saturday and winds will change around to a southeasterly, dragging in warm air. Temperatures will be much higher therefore, with 29 Celsius in Bristol and across Gloucestershire. Parts of Devon and Cornwall should still make the mid-twenties.
The rest of the weekend (and into next week) looks dry and settled too, with temperatures only slightly lower. The odd shower is possible on Monday but you'd be unlucky to see one.