It was another successful day at Airbourne today (Friday) despite patchy weather.
Spectators flocked to the free four-day air show and dodged the odd shower during day, but there was some sunshine too.
All the arrange displays appeared over Eastbourne. There was some concern among plane enthusiasts that the popular Red Arrows would not make it after a low lying cloud and mist descended over the south coast in the afternoon.
However, conditions were just clear enough for the iconic display team to take to the skies to wow the crowds at around 4.15pm.
There is fog forecast for early morning tomorrow (Saturday) but this should clear by around 7am and make way for some sunny spells mid morning. But sunshine and showers are forecast for the afternoon.
The Red Arrows, Chinook, The Blades and the Spitfire are due to take to the skies tomorrow (Saturday).
Sunday’s weather is looking brighter with highs of 19C.
Pick up Friday’s Herald, in shops now, for a bumper 12-page guide.