Here's where we'll be keeping you up-to-date with the weather forecast and how it might affect the flying on the final day of the Air Festival.
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After a grey and cloudy day one, day two was mostly gloriously sunny. Clouds rolled in as the day displays came to an end, but not enough to curtail any of the aircract.
Saturday was mostly sunny until mid-afternoon until cloud rolled in followed by rain and thunderstorms.
The Vulcan is set to make its last ever appearance in Bournemouth on Sunday. There will also be a display from the Red Arrows, Sea Vixen, The Blades and the MiG15. See the full schedule here
The Met Office currently says there will be heavy rain until 12pm when it will become lighter followed by sunny intervals for late afternoon.
The BBC agrees and says visibility will become very good from 2pm onwards.
UK Weather is saying there will be light rain until 12pm followed by clouds and then partly cloudy conditions from 3pm onwards.
Our weather forecast says there will be thunderstorms between 6am and 12pm with light rain from then until 6pm.
The All Met Sat aviation forecast says visibility will be 7000m at 2pm. UK Weather World says visibility is 4500m with clouds at 700ft above aerodrome level during broken sky and 4800ft during cloudier conditions.
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