Thursday will start crisp and bright with early fog soon clearing.
It will then be a largely dry and sunny day with light winds.
Maximum Temperature 13 °C.
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Police have cleared sheep from the M74 motorway in Dumfries and Galloway.
They were affecting northbound traffic at junction 19, but have now been returned to their fields.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a tractor failed to stop after colliding with a cyclist in Dumfries and Galloway.
It happened on the B7085 road near Whauphill, Newton Stewart, at around 11:50am today (Wednesday 19 October).
The cyclist, a 31-year-old man from Minnigaff, was knocked from his bike and treated for minor injuries by ambulance staff at the scene.
The driver of the tractor did not stop after the crash and continued on southwards towards Whauphill.
We would appeal for him or her to come forward to police at Newton Stewart.
The tractor is described as being red and black in colour and was towing a silver coloured Joskin trailer. Anyone who can help us trace this vehicle is asked to call police at Newton Stewart on 101.
Police are warning drivers of delays on the A69, towards Gretna, as they escort a slow-moving abnormal load this afternoon.
The load will be leaving the M6 north at junction 45, heading towards Gretna via the A689.
Police say there will be a number of slow-moving loads following the same route over the coming days apart from Saturday.
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