The Environment Agency is warning coastal areas in Cumbria and southern Scotland is at risk of flooding. The coastline in the west, from Gretna to Barrow, could flood later today affecting coastal communities and travel.
Heavy rain clears south then turning colder with sunny spells and showers, these turning to snow.
Severe westerly gales at first then winds soon veer northwesterly and ease inland.
Maximum temperature 7 °C.
After a summer of cancellations because of wet weather, the following events WILL go ahead this weekend:
Appleby Carnival (Sat & Sun)
Jubilee Garden Party, Chance's Park Carlisle (Sat)
Cumbria Fairy Day, Ivegill (Sat)
Game Fair, Keswick (Sat & Sun)
Tough Mudder, Drumlanrigg (Sat & Sun)
Scottish Borders farmers are preparing for what could be the worst harvest in decades as the wettest June on record devastates their crops.
Waterlogged fields mean there's been a sharp increase in the number of 'potato blight' outbreaks in the Scottish borders over the past week.
The Scottish Agricultural Association says it has launched an investigation.
NFU Scotland President Nigel Miller said the wet weather may affect prices customers pay in supermarkets, but the full extent of the problem won't be known until September.
Rain in the west will turn heavier as the day continues. Dumfries and Galloway and West Cumbria will see the worst of the showers.
Sarah Kelly has the latest forecast.
Overnight rain is expected to continue across large parts of the region this morning.
There may be some brighter spells this afternoon, mixed in with a few showers. But more rain is expected.
Kerrie Gosney has the latest forecast.