As we head into tomorrow the weather is looking largely cloudy, damp and a bit breezy at times.
It's because we have the second of our weather systems moving through with little respite between. However, the cold front that clears on Thursday night allows high pressure to arrive and stick around for the weekend!
This evening and tonight should be mostly dry, with clear skies across Somerset, Gloucestershire and Wiltshire. However, further west we're likely to hold onto cloud and some fog. Mild though with temperatures in the teens.
Some early sunshine on Thursday but skies will cloud over for a time binging hill fog and the odd spot of drizzle. However, the afternoon should be brighter with temperatures reaching 20 or 21 Celsius more widely. A band of rain will move through on Thursday evening as the cold front arrives.
Then, during Friday, high pressure will build across the UK and last throughout the weekend, bringing sunnier skies, lighter winds and higher temperatures.