Live news stream
A cold start but any mist quickly dispersing, then dry with good sunny spells and light winds.
It will feel warm in the afternoon sunshine.
Maximum temperature 17 °C.
A festival for bike enthusiasts is now underway in the Tweed Valley.
TweedLove is a 10 day event and includes guided rides, demonstrations and competitions.
The two day POC King and Queen of the Hill Enduro challenge gets underway on Saturday May 25.
Organiser Neil Dalgleish said: "Tweedlove bike festival has been growing a lot in the five years it has been running. We now reckon it is worth half a million pound to the local economy.
"We bring lots of visitors in. Over the ten days of the festival I think we will have about 2,500 people actually riding bikes in events and a good number more watching and spectating and taking part."
Forestry Commission Scotland has announced it is to develop a masterplan for Glentress Forest.
The Peebleshire forest is home to one of the biggest mountain biking centre's in the UK, which attracts 300,000 visitors each year.
FCS want to look at ways in which they can develop the forest further, and link it to nearby communities such as Peebles and Innerleithen.
One key component of the project is that they want the views of the public.
Workshop sessions were held today and will be held tomorrow for members of the public to express their views.
Two men have been jailed for life for the murder of a Polish man in Carlisle.
Their victim, 32 year old Piotr Kulinski, was stabbed seven times outside his home in Harraby.
Dry through this evening and overnight with clear spells and light winds.
cold night with frost developing, especially in rural inland areas.
Coldest spots around Moffat and Lockerbie.
There may be a few short lived mist patches around dawn.
Minimum temperature -1 °C.
Swirling low pressure to the south - calm and clear high pressure to the north.
Fortunately it's the high pressure that will dominate this weekend - enjoy!
A member of staff has been seriously injured by a tiger at South Lakes Wild Animal Park, Dalton in Furness. The 24-year-old woman was mauled by the animal in its enclosure. She was taken by ambulance to Preston Royal Infirmary.
The tiger has not escaped and the park said there's no risk to the public. It has closed early and all visitors have left the park. Police and Barrow Borough Council are investigating.
A band from South Shields are in a competition to support Bon Jovi in a stadium tour.
Five bands are in the competition including Boy Jumps Ship.
They will be representing the Stadium of Light in Sunderland, one of the venues where Bon Jovi will be playing.
A band from the North East are hoping to support Bon Jovi in his stadium tour.
Boy Jumps Ship are down to the final five in a competition to be on the bill with the star at Stadium of Light.
You can vote for them here