It will be very mild, with early cloud lifting and breaking to allow some warm sunny spells by afternoon.
Becoming breezy though, with further rain spreading from the northwest overnight. Maximum Temperature 19C.
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Rural business owners from Dumfries and Galloway have been meeting Scotland's Education Secretary to discuss the challenges of operating in remote areas.
The event also highlighted the potential benefits to business of teaming up with universities. Research released today shows that 42% of small and medium sized enterprises have collaborated with a university.
Almost a third of companies said it gave them access to expertise which would not normally be available. 14% said it helped them to reduce development costs.
Katie Hunter reports:
Business leaders from across Dumfries and Galloway have been meeting Scotland's Education Secretary Mike Russell.
Slow Internet and the bureaucracy of getting government grants were two of the problems raised by local businesses.
The event also explored the benefits of linking up with universities to solve problems.
Dry at first this evening before thicker cloud and outbreaks of rain move north during the course of the night.
Fresh southeasterly winds developing along exposed coasts. Becoming milder later. Minimum Temperature 4C.
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