Sunday: Cloud and outbreaks of rain will clear south-eastwards during Sunday morning, followed by cooler, clearer conditions. But some isolated showers could possibly develop in the northwest later. Maximum Temperature 13C.
Outlook for Monday to Wednesday: Mainly dry on Monday with sunny spells for many. Rather cloudy, but dry with some bright intervals on Tuesday. Breezier, with some rain or showers possible on Wednesday.
Descendants of the soldiers that died in Britain's worst rail disaster 100 years ago gathered today at the cemetery where the men were laid to rest.
Around 1000 people were at the service in Edinburgh today to remember the victims of Quintinshill. Jenny Longden reports.
A cloudy evening with patchy light rain, affecting Dumfries and Galloway, soon pushing across all areas.
Rain will clear overnight leaving a largely dry start to Sunday as winds ease overnight.
Descendants of the men that lost their lives in a rail disaster in Gretna 100 years ago have gathered to pay their respects at a cemetery in Edinburgh, where many of the victims are buried.
The 22nd May 2015 marks the centenary of the Quintinshill train crash in Gretna, in which 216 members of 1st/7th (Leith) Battalion The Royal Scots were killed or died in the aftermath.
The Royal Scots Association (for former members of The Royal Scots), supported by members of the 1st, 2nd and 6th Battalions of the Royal Regiment of Scotland, the descendant Regiment of The Royal Scots, are holding the commemoration at Rosebank Cemetery.
The River Tweed Forum in the Scottish Borders has been announced as the winner of the top UK River Prize at this year's River Restoration Centre’s Annual Conference.
The Tweed Forum were presented with a cheque for £10,000 to be used on further restoration of the river, as well as the Nigel Holmes trophy.
The trophy is awarded to "celebrate innovation and best practise in river restoration and catchment management."
Tweed Forum has been responsible for projects that have protected and improved miles of river; conserved wildlife, increased fish stocks and enhanced rare wetland habitats.
It's also helped control Giant Hogweed and Japanese Knotweed covering an area of 300 miles.
Scotland's premier arts and crafts festival, Spring Fling, is well underway across Dumfries and Galloway.
A total of 95 studios are taking part in this year's event, which is now in it's 13th year, with artists coming from all over Europe.
As part of the festival, many artists who no longer live in the region are encouraged to return to their roots through the 'Spingback' scheme.
This year Natalie McIlroy, whose family are in Langholm, has returned from her home in The Hague to display some of her work. Her exhibition at the Gracefield Arts Centre in Dumfries features pieces from four different national and international projects.
A fine, chilly start followed by a dry day with sunny spells for many and feeling pleasantly warm in the sunshine.
However, rain will arrive from the northwest overnight. Maximum Temperature 16C.