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Thanks to BBC Weather Watchers "TomW", "nick15" and "Rickpics" for their snaps of blue skies and vaper trails over Sandown on the Isle of Wight, a row of gulls in Sholing, Hampshire, and hazy sunshine over Kimmeridge Bay and Clavell Tower in Dorset.
The family of a man found dead at a house in Winchester has released a photo of him, as police renew their appeal for information.
The body of Carl Scott, 37, was found by a member of the public at a property in Birch Court in the Stanmore area last Wednesday afternoon.
A 58-year-old man from the city, arrested on suspicion of murder, has been bailed until 7 June.
Quote Message: “We have been working our way back from March 22 in a methodical process to establish Mr Scott’s movements prior to his death. We are looking into who he was associating with and where he had been in the days and weeks leading up to this tragic event. I am continuing to appeal to anyone who knew Mr Scott and saw him or had contact with him since 1 February this year. You may not think you have any significant information but I would still encourage you to get in touch as even the smallest piece of information could be vital to our investigation.” from Det Ch Insp Dave Morgan Hampshire Constabulary
It will be a mild night with rain moving in from the west - with some heavy outbreaks expected.
The rain will become patchier overnight but there could be some fog over higher ground.
Further rain will affect the west of the region tomorrow but for many it will stay dry.
The skies will be mostly grey and cloudy though.
For a full 10-day forecast, visit the BBC Weather site.
A teenage boy has been charged in connection with a stabbing incident outside a Bournemouth shop.
Police were called after an argument broke out between two men and a member of staff outside ANJ Off Licence in St Michael’s Road late on 30 October 2016.
The victim – aged in his late teens and of Poole – sustained a stab wound to his back. He made a full recovery.
A 17-year-old from Hertford has been charged with affray and threatening a person with a bladed article in a public place.
A national memorial to the Spitfire would be a "fitting tribute" those who flew and worked on the World War Two fighters, an MP has told Parliament.
Conservative Southampton Itchen MP Royston Smith called on the government to fund a planned £4m memorial to the plane from Libor fines levied over inter-bank lending.
The memorial would feature a replica aircraft in Mayflower Park, not far from Woolston where the plane was built.
Financial Secretary to the Treasury Jane Ellison told a debate at Westminster Hall that funding would be given "full consideration".
Quote Message: "In a world divided and troubled, the Spitfire reminds us how we stood up against evil and we prevailed." from Royston Smith MP
A blind Navy veteran from Hampshire, who was invited to compete in the inaugural Holman Prize , has been selected as one of the semi-finalists.
Penny Melville-Brown, from Fareham, was invited to compete for the $25,000 (£19,900) prize as a result of her online baking project, Baking Blind.
If successful, Ms Melville-Brown, who has 22 years’ service in the Women’s Royal Naval Service (WRNS) and Royal Navy, said she intends to take the project global.
Quote Message: I’m really thrilled to have been selected to be one of the 50 semi-finalists drawn from all corners of the world. Now I have just four weeks to put together the final plan and budget – and make contact with other cooks willing to show me their own special recipes. I’ve already got possible opportunities in China and Australia but need more. from Penny Melville-Brown
The case of a Bournemouth father found guilty of murdering his three-month-old son has been described as "heartbreaking" by police.
Winchester Crown Court heard Julian Hinz suffered severe skull fractures after being thrown against a hard surface last April.
Robert Hinz, 34, of Carysfort Road, told his trial he tried to revive his son who died in hospital the following day when doctors turned off his life support system.
He will be sentenced at a later date.
Quote Message: A baby - just months old - is particularly vulnerable and needs almost constant attention and nurturing from its parents. Robert Hinz did not provide this protection. Instead he subjected his own son to months of violent episodes culminating in Julian's murder. This case is heartbreaking. My sincere thoughts are with the family of Julian, who has lost a son, brother and nephew. from Det Insp Richard Dixey Dorset Police
Bournemouth East MP Tobias Ellwood who tried to save the life of PC Keith Palmer who was fatally stabbed in the Westminster terror attack has described what happened last Wednesday as a "dark day".
He was responding to comments from shadow foreign secretary Emily Thornberry, who paid tribute in the Commons to his "extraordinary courage".
Mr Ellwood said: "I'm very grateful for her kind remarks. And I make it clear I was one of many who stepped forward on that dark day and our thoughts and prayers remain with those families and friends of the victims, including our own PC Keith Palmer."
A father has been found guilty of murdering his three-month old son who died after he was thrown "vigorously" against a hard surface.
Robert Hinz, 34, of Bournemouth, had said he tried to revive his three-month-old son Julian, who suffered severe skull fractures when the pair were alone in a bedroom at their home on 8 April last year.
Julian died in hospital the following day when doctors decided to turn off his life support systems.
Hinz will will be sentenced at a later date, Winchester Crown Court heard.