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It's a hot and humid day, many of us will see temperatures climbing to the low 30s.
We should see some long spells of sunshine but it is a murky start with low cloud, mist and fog patches.
Overnight we will see some thundery downpours pushing from the south, and there's the risk of some frequent lightning.
A rather cloudy start in places, but this will quickly thin and break to leave it dry with plenty of sunny spells.
Breezy at first but winds easing. Turning very warm or hot.
Highs of 25C.
It's set to be mainly cloudy with rain at times and a brisk south-westerly wind.
The rain is likely to be occasionally heavy, perhaps with a rumble of thunder. Highs of 20C
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A man killed by falling rocks was 66 years old and from Hampshire, police have said.
The man was killed on Tuesday when rocks fell on to him shortly before midday at Sandymouth beach near Bude.
Richard Gibbons from Cornwall Fire and Rescue Service told the BBC on Wednesday the man had been "up in the rocks and unfortunately suffered part of a rock fall".
He said: "The rocks fell on top of him and he was pinned by a substantial piece of stonework."
The man has not yet been named.
A man is being treated in hospital after he was found in Southsea with serious facial injuries.
Police said the man was found on Waverley Road at about 03:20 BST.
Police are appealing for witnesses and people with any relevant information to come forward.
It's the very first Hampshire Day today.
The day, which will be held on 15 July each year, is a celebration of the county's history, tradition and cultures.
A new Hampshire flag has been raised to mark the day at a special ceremony held earlier at the Great Hall in Winchester.
It will be fine and dry today, with light winds and long sunny periods.
Some patchy cloud will bubble up, in what will be a warm afternoon.
Maximum Temperature: 19 to 22°C (66 to 72°F).
With international championships on the horizon, Team GB's female glider pilots want more women in the sport.
A mostly dry but cloudy day, with some brighter spells developing in the afternoon.
The odd shower cannot be ruled out, mainly early on, but most places should stay dry.
Maximum temperature 21 to 24C.
The M27 will be closed westbound due to roadworks between junction 10 for Alton and 8 for Bursledon from 20:00 BST this evening to 06:00 tomorrow.
Highways England has also warned commuters to expect further disruptions on the same stretch between 17-20 July.
For most of us it will be mainly cloudy and dry, with warm temperatures where there is sunshine.
There is a risk of light drizzle in the east. Temperatures could reach highs of 23C.
BBC Weather Watchers
Thanks to BBC Weather Watchers "cameracarrot", "Tony" and "dorset girl", for their snaps of dreamy-looking clouds over Shiplake in Oxfordshire, a golden sunrise over Gosport in Hampshire and Dorset's Lyme Bay shimmering in the summer sunshine.
Flooding has closed a school in Hampshire.
Petersfield Infant School on St Peters Road will be "fully closed" on Monday, the county council said.
Please check the authority's website for more information.
Today will be mostly dry with sunny spells but there is the risk of a shower.
Highs of 22C (72F).
The A34 between Hampshire and Oxfordshire has been rated one of England's worst roads.
Transport Focus published findings of its Strategic Roads User Survey of major A-roads managed by Highways England.
Worst ranked was the M20 in Kent which was described as "bumpy" and "full of potholes".
The best road, according to the survey of 8,500 people, is the A19 in the North East of England.
Local Democracy Reporting Service
Coroner services across Hampshire could merge following the retirement of the county's senior coroners later this year.
Portsmouth, South East Hampshire, Southampton, Central & New Forest and North East Hampshire would be combined under the proposal, with Basingstoke office closing.
No courts would close but the move is predicted to save £25,000 a year for Portsmouth City Council, the Local Democracy Reporting Service said.
Another option being considered by Portsmouth is a merger with Isle of Wight coroner service.
The options will be discussed at a cabinet meeting of Portsmouth City Council on Tuesday.