LIVING by the coast we are lucky to enjoy some of the most incredible sights Mother Nature has to offer, including breath-taking sunsets. 

This weekend's batch of Saharan sunsets were definitely one for the books, as the sky lit up a wonderful hue of pinks, oranges and reds.

The sun set at around 9.25pm last night, Saturday, June 26, and treated residents across the county to an epic show. 

All of these pictures have been sent in by Echo Camera Club Dorset members. 

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As we continue through the weekend, a yellow weather warning is in place for heavy rain and flooding across the south west.

The weather warning is in place from 2pm today until 7am tomorrow morning, Monday, June 28.   

Today, Sunday, June 27, will be a wet start for many with outbreaks of rain continuing from overnight.

Rain will become heavy and more widespread during the day carrying the risk of the odd rumble of thunder with maximum temperatures of 20C. 

Chances of another stunning sunset tonight are dampened by the heavy and persistent rain will continue into the evening and overnight, gradually moving northwards to clear most by dawn.