After a dramatic day in the skies above the region - will we have a calmer weekend?Read the full story ›
It was a spectacular day to look to the skies - if the cloud was considerate enough to clear.
Ross went to Kielder Observatory to join a team of keen astronomers.
It was a once-in-a generation opportunity.
This morning thousands of people across our region caught a glimpse of the first solar eclipse since 1999.
Clouds blocked many people's view - but others were in luck. Katie Hunter was watching at the Dumfries Museum and Camera Obscura.
Some of the best pictures of the solar eclipse in the Border region.Read the full story ›
On Friday, March 20, Northern Europe will experience the first total solar eclipse, or eclipse of the Sun, in more than 15 years.Read the full story ›
Generally cloudy, though some bright spells are likely in the south during the morning.
Cloud will continue to thicken from the north with some rain later, mainly across western hills. Maximum Temperature 12C.
The Eclipse is due to peak at 9.34 am - It will be a simple case of luck as to weather you get to witness it to it's full effect. Keep your fingers crossed.