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Cornish Sunshine To Stay?
5:22pm 5th September 2012
Pirate FM has learnt that Cornwall could be in line for a sunny September.
The Met Office is refusing to rule out more warm weather, but says it is too soon to predict a so-called Indian summer.
Temperatures are set to hit the mid-twenties this weekend.
Forecaster Greg Dewhurst said: "We've got generally a south-westerly breeze picking up so along the south coast it might feel a bit chillier. Normally at this time of year they're around nineteen or twenty degrees but by Saturday/Sunday, we could be looking at twenty-four, possibly even twenty-five inland, so feeling lovely and warm.
"In terms of an Indian summer the technical definition usually occurs towards the end of October, possibly even into November so that's a long way away yet."
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