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A fine morning. Turning wet and windy later.
Any early rain in the east should soon clear leaving a largely dry and fine day with sunny spells, though feeling a little cooler than yesterday. However, wet and windy weather will reach Cornwall and perhaps Devon this afternoon. Maximum temperature 16 °C.
The wet and windy conditions will spread eastwards through the evening and night, with some heavy bursts of rain at times, especially over the Moors, and gales in exposure. Minimum temperature 11 °C.
Any rain should soon clear to leave clearer, fresher conditions, but with a few blustery showers possible, especially in the west. Maximum temperature 15 °C.
Updated: 0225 on Sat 1 Nov 2014
sourced from the Met Office
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