Sunny spells in the north as cloud rolls in from the south west.
Rain will then move in.
Any remaining rain will turn patchier for a time this evening before a second band of persistent rain, heavy at times with risk of thunder, moves northwards for the second half of the night.
Feeling mild. Minimum Temperature 14°C.
After a fine morning with hazy sunshine cloud will increase by thew afternoon bringing some isolated patchy outbreaks of rain through the evening.
Maximum Temperature 17°C.
A council in Cumbria has written to the Prime Minister, urging the government to drop it's plans to extend the Right to Buy scheme.
Under the plans housing association tenants will have the chance to buy the properties they live in at vastly reduced discounts.
But South Lakeland District Council says that will reduce the amount of social housing that's available for people in need - damaging an area that's already struggling to meet the demand for homes.
Tim Backshall reports
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For Dumfries & Galloway and Cumbria it will be a mainly dry with variable cloud and some bright or sunny intervals.
Cloudier skies across The Borders with some showery rain, this heavy at times - especially later in the afternoon and towards evening.
Temperatures around the late August average, but feeling much fresher compared to the past few days. Highs to 19°C
Any rain in Galloway soon clearing to leave a dry and quite sunny day.
Windy with strong east or southeasterly winds, keeping exposed coasts cooler. Otherwise warm with highs to 23°C
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