At around 9.30 this morning, people across the West Country should be able to see a partial solar eclipse. The moon is expected to cover up to 90% of the sun.
The last one happened in 1999, and there won't be another in the UK until 2026. Experts are warning people not to look directly at the sun - and safety glasses are available.
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Yellow warning for strong winds until Monday morning in the South West. Blustery showers. Mild temperatures.
Showers, perhaps heavy and thundery will continue overnight, with gales widespread later on. Sunny spells and just the odd patchy shower.
Hundreds of people across the South West have been dressing up in Santa or Elf costumes today to raise money for charities.