After a pleasantly sunny and warm day yesterday, residents of Cornwall may be disappointed to learn that we are in for a fairly cloudy and wet weekend. While dry and bright spells are expected at various times over the weekend, it will be mostly cloudy with a few scattered showers.
According to the Met Office, you can expect a mostly cloudy start to the day with the possibility of spot showers. Skies will clear slowly throughout the morning, but scattered showers will break out with a few heavy ones in the afternoon. It will be cooler than recently, with a maximum temperature of 17°C.
Tonight the showers will become increasingly isolated, with some late sunshine for many in the southwest. The weather will be largely dry overnight with cloudy periods punctuated by clear periods. Becoming locally quite cool in the countryside, with a minimum temperature of 4°C.
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The Kernow weather team said: “Overnight we should start to see clearer skies in the evening with prolonged late sunshine for some. Humidity is starting to rise and pockets of mist are developing into fog. in a few places during the night when the wind drops Air temperatures drop between 9°C and 13°C, it is between 8°C and 11°C During the night the clouds return giving us a misty morning and covered.
In terms of the outlook for the weekend, the forecast indicates that it will be mostly dry on Saturday and despite often cloudy skies, some sunny spells or sunny spells are likely. There will be little chance of having a light shower and a pleasant feeling under any sun, with a maximum temperature of 18°C. As Sunday approaches, there will be scattered showers and warm sunny spells.