Nenthead Primary and Alston Primary School are both closed today because of the weather.
Two sheep have been killed by dogs this week in a village near Carlisle.
The incidents happened on separate nights at Wreay. Police are reminding dogs owners to be responsible.
They want anyone with information about the attacks to contact them on the non emergency number 101.
Today marks the fiftieth anniversary of Sir Winston Churchill's state funeral.
Cumbrian man Norman Clarkson, a member of the Lifeguard Regiment, formed part of the guard of honour on the steps of St.Paul's Cathedral.
He still has very clear memories of the day.
Cold in brisk northerly winds, perhaps with gales around coasts.
Further wintry showers with hill snow at first, but becoming brighter later with some sunny spells developing.
Icy in places. Maximum Temperature 6C.
Cold, with some wintry showers continuing through the night, but with snow becoming confined to the hills.
Remaining windy with a significant wind chill and widespread frost developing.
Icy stretches also developing on untreated surfaces where showers have fallen. Minimum Temperature -2C.
The Latest episode of ITV Border's Scottish Political Programme. Representing Border looks at the issues from Holyrood & Westminster that matter to the South of Scotland.
- A751 both ways closed due to create a parking area for HGVs between A75 and A77.
- Adverse weather has closed the A77 North of Cairnryan so HGVs are being stacked on the A751 until the A77 is cleared.
Police Scotland say conditions for travel in the Lothian and Borders and Dumfries and Galloway areas may be hazardous and EXTRA CAUTION should be taken.
Ensure you and your vehicle are adequately prepared for the conditions. Make sure you have sufficient fuel and supplies such as warm clothing, food and water in case you are delayed for several hours. Charge your mobile phone and plan your route as well as alternative routes.
Paul Crone meets the archaeologists searching for medieval artefacts in the items found in last summers dig at Abbeytown.
Matthew Taylor meets three-year-old rescue dog Rauour, whose nose is responsible for finding an unconscious missing woman last night.