Southern and eastern areas should see some bright spells along with a few heavy showers on Saturday.
Elsewhere though thicker cloud is expected giving some rain at times. Maximum Temperature 15C.
Watch the second of Tim Backshall's reports on Gallipoli, and the regiments from Cumbria, and the south of Scotland, who fought there:
The Pennine Way was created fifty years ago today.
On April 24 1965, Tom Criddle Stephenson, a journalist and rambler, succeeded in his mission to bring a long distance path to the UK.
As Fiona Marley Paterson reports, it's one that's now enjoyed by tens of thousands of people every year
The A591 through the Lake District has been calculated to be the nation's best driving road.
But as Paul Crone's been finding out, it isn't loved by everyone.
Stranraer could be promoted to the Scottish Championship for the first time if they can win at the weekend, and other results go their way.
The Blues have been struggling with Greenock Morton and Forfar for the League One title all season.
With two games left, including tomorrow's match against Morton, their fate is in their own hands.
As Ryan Dollard found out, excitement is building:
Members of the public are being asked to help a Tree Health Officer to record instances of Ash Dieback in the South of Scotland.
Steve Morgan is surveying the region for the disease, which kills Ash trees.
Among the symptoms are:
- Discolouration of tree trunk
- Diamond shaped lesions in bark
- Leaf loss
- Crown dieback
Anyone looking to report suspected cases of ash dieback can report it at http://www.forestry.gov.uk/
A tree health officer is being employed in the Scottish Borders to record cases of a deadly disease.
Steve Morgan has been tasked with recording instances of Ash Dieback in the region.
The Forestry Commission hope to use land surveys to shape policy on how to deal with the spread of the disease.
It was first discovered in the UK in 2012 but Steve Morgan says it's currently unclear how widespread it is.