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Here Comes The Sun!
4:12pm 7th March 2014
4:12pm 7th March 2014
Reports are coming in of a strange shining globe above Cornwall.
It was first spotted around lunchtime on Friday.
Pirate FM has been on to Met Office and it has confirmed that it is indeed THE SUN ..... and it will be here tomorrow too!
Tourism businesses are hoping the good weather will bring back visitors lost through the storms.
Forecaster Nicky Willis says next week is looking good too: "There will be high pressure remaining so winds will be fairly calm. There will be some cloud around but also some sunny breaks. Certainly very pleasant conditions for things like walking, maybe a touch cooler on the beaches still.
"We will start to see more sunshine and just a lot more settled weather than we've seen over the past few weeks so a really nice welcome break."
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