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Increasing cloud yesterday evening eventually brought light-moderate rain after midnight, with some short bursts of heavy rain earlier this morning. The rain cleared to the north by 0500 g.m.t and there was thick fog for a couple of hours. Since 0800 g.m.t it's been dry with a few bright intervals.
And some have threads back in this Storms and Severe Convection Discussion. The Storm Naming is a tool to help get out clear information about severe weather, along side the national weather warnings. It is usually just windstorms in summer and this one was aimed at holidaymakers in SW Britain, particularly Cornwall.