At about 11.30am, the sky was full of various cirrus clouds with contrails adding to the general confusion. There was a patch of cirrocumulus (the grainy-looking cloud in the last photo) to the south. Within half an hour or so, it was all hidden by an invading layer of stratus (see bottom right of the 2nd photo), and the sky turned grey.
After a couple of days of grey skies, wind and rain, a beam of sunlight suddenly shone through my window at about 4 o'clock. Had to go to the other end of the village for an unrestricted view of the last of it, at sunset.
In the Co-op, the women at the till commented, "Oh! Look at that sky!" It was lovely, with altocumulus stratiformis lit from below by the setting sun. I had an armful of shopping so instead of capturing it then, I drove to a friend's and rushed into her garden, but the best had gone. She kindly took the camera upstairs (my knees wouldn't allow me to go up there) and took this photo out of a bedroom window.