Despite being a rather mundane week weather wise with little rain and some pleasant warm sunshine the next 24 hours could be lively in the South West and parts of Wales, So much so the Met Office have issued a yellow weather warning.
The warning reads:
Issued: 10:31 (UTC+1) on Mon 4 May 2020
Strong easterly winds will develop across southwest England and parts of Wales during Monday evening and overnight before gradually easing through Tuesday morning. Winds will gust to around 50 mph at times, especially over and to the lee of high ground. The strongest winds are expected to the west of Dartmoor and across parts of west Cornwall where gusts of 55-60 mph are likely which may lead to some disruption.