Weather forecast for Devon and Cornwall this weekend as people are asked to stay home

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People hope to enjoy a sunny weekend as the coronavirus lockout continues.

But the government and the police are asking everyone to be reasonable and follow their advice.

People have been told not to travel unnecessarily – but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the sun in your garden or even have a barbecue.

This advice is explicitly intended to slow the spread of the coronavirus, protect the NHS, and ultimately save lives, and is currently as follows:

  • Stay at home
  • Go out only for food, health or work reasons (but only if you cannot work at home)
  • If you go out, stay 2 meters (6 feet) from other people at all times
  • Wash your hands when you get home
  • Do not meet other people, even friends or family. You can spread the virus even if you have no symptoms.

Fortunately, a Met Office spokesperson said there would be a lot of sun in the southwest.

“Some areas may see a few more clouds developing in the afternoon,” they said. “Wind, but warmer. Maximum temperature 14 ° C.

“A dry night with long clear periods throughout the evening. There will be a few more clouds overnight but periods will still be clear. Less cold with the wind getting stronger. Minimum temperature 2 ° C.

” On Sunday [there will be a] dry morning with high clouds but still a lot of sun. In the afternoon, clouds will accumulate with rain in the evening. Strong winds, possibly gales in the far west. Maximum temperature 16 ° C. ”

Here are the hourly forecasts for Saturday and Sunday in Devon and Cornwall.

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Newquay

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Penzance

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Liskeard

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Plymouth

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Exeter

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Torquay

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Okehampton

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The Met Office also released forecasts for the Southwest from Monday to April 17.

It reads: “A windy day Monday with rain and a few brighter episodes. Dry Tuesday with sun but still windy. Cloudy and dry with sunny spells on Wednesday and diminishing winds.

“As we approach Thursday and Friday, it’s likely that rainy weather will return, but temperatures should stay warm.

“Looking further into this period, and there should be a lot of dry, calm weather with bouts of sunshine. The driest conditions and the hottest temperatures are mainly likely to the south, and even if they are still warm in the north, there can be wind and sometimes wetter periods and a risk of frost overnight. ”

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