Friday is the day of change. We still have our weather front in the northwest keeping it cloudy with patchy rain, we’ll also have a weather front approaching from the southwest. The two will do a pincer movement this weekend coming together and bringing rain to all of us at some point.
Friday will still be warm and sunny for eastern Scotland, plus many central and eastern areas of England, with temperatures reaching 20-21C. Ireland, Wales and southwest England will become cloudier and cooler with outbreaks of rain. Northwest Scotland will still be cloudy with patchy rain.
We’ve had an amazing week of weather. High pressure has dominated keeping the weather fine and settled. Sunshine returned, after a cool and cloudy blip at the weekend. Scotland had their warmest day of the year so far - 21.2C at Drumnadrochit - and Northern Ireland too at 20.1C in Castlederg. There were a few negatives, an onshore flow in the south and more especially the east bringing low cloud and fog on shore keeping it cool and grey, plus a weather front in northwest Scotland for much of the week. This weekend, high-pressure retreats and low pressures returns from the Atlantic bringing cloudier, wetter and cooler weather for all of us.
After Wednesday's extraordinary story about the youngest ever organ donor aged just 100 minutes, we meet the family of three-year-old Georgia Fieldsend, whose tragic death saved four lives and gave two other people sight.
Do you agonise over what to wear to work each morning? Do you wish there was one easy answer?
According to a Good Morning Britain poll, 50 percent of women find it difficult choosing what to wear and 63% say the change of season makes choosing an outfit even more difficult. Newspaper reports suggests many women are now creating a regular 'uniform' to save time.
We'd love to see what you wear to work and hear whether you think the idea of a 'work uniform' is a good one.
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Laura Tobin joins a star-studded team including Ronan Keating, Keith Duffy, Shane Lynch, Markus Feehily and Nicholas Pinnock for The Isle of Wight Festival Dragon Boat Race in aid of WellChild, taking place on Island Harbour, Newport.
Running the London marathon is an incredible challenge - but Laura Harvey and Paul Elliott are taking it a stage further by getting married during the 26.2 mile race!
They'll cross the line as newlyweds after tying the knot halfway along the course - but it's all for a very good cause close to their hearts...
With months of training under their belts, the time has come for 38,000 runners as they take on the 26.2 mile London Marathon this weekend.
Among the runners is our own Sean Fletcher along with other members of the GMB team - and a couple who are planning to get married half way round the course!
Meanwhile, Olympic gold medalist James Cracknell has put Sean through his paces before the big day.
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Sainsbury's is to cut 800 jobs as it battles falling sales and profits for Britain's biggest supermarket groups.
In the latest sign of the turmoil facing the four biggest grocery chains, Sainsbury's is making the cuts in an attempt to make it stores more efficient and nimble.
The announcement about the job cuts comes a day after Tesco, Britains biggest retailer, reported a record-breaking £6.4bn pre-tax loss. Tesco has also made thousands of staff redundant at its head office and in stores, as have Asda and Morrisons, as grocery retailers adapt their workforce to fight the rise of discount supermarkets Aldi and Lidl..
So, how have our shopping habits changed? Consumer expert Alice Beer joins us to tell us more.