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Sunday's in-depth look ahead forecast for Border

The calm after yesterday's storms... Photo: Roddy Armstrong, Lockerbie

After a better start than anticipated, Sunday promises some good sunny spells. Cloudier over the Pennines and SW Scotland, odd spits and spots through Dumfries and Galloway late morning, but nothing much.

There are likely to be a few homegrown showers developing across the region on Sunday afternoon as temperatures start to lift, but lots of sunshine inbetween. One or two of these showers could prove heavy, especially further west, with an odd rumble of thunder and some lightning, but nothing like yesterday's weather.Sunday's showers will be much more well scattered, feeling pleasant around 19-20c, 68f, a couple of degrees up on yesterday.


Any showers dry up well this evening and it should be generally dry with clear spells on Sunday night, lows 11-13c.


Quite a bit cloudier than Sunday, in the morning especially. Showery, with those showers merging into longer spells of rain during the mid-afternoon period. Temperatures down a little on the weekend 15-19c.

Odd shower continues on Monday night, but generally turning dry again. Not especially breezy.

Weather outlook for the Border region. Credit: ITV Border


Showery, but drier compared to Monday. Where you do however get a shower, it has the potential to be heavy.


Cloudy, but dry.Turning more settled as a weak ridge of high pressure builds over the south and extends up to S Scotland.


A little more rain - more unsettled compared to Sunday and Monday.