Cumbria police have issued an alcohol warning and are urging people to enjoy themselves responsibly over the Bank Holiday Weekend.
Extra officers will be out on patrol on Sunday night across the county's nightlife spots to clamp down on alcohol-related violence.
Police are urging members of the public to take due caution when out and about.
Another blustery day, with showers, some of these turning thundery.
It will become drier later, but staying windy along the coasts.
Maximum Temperature 19°C.
A dry and bright start to a day of sunny spells and a few scattered blustery showers.
Generally brisk southwesterly winds throughout.
Feeling rather cool in the wind. Maximum Temperature 18°C.
David Steel Special
A new hard hitting campaign aimed at reducing the number of young people involved in road collisions began today in Southern Scotland.
The Safe Drive Stay Alive event is being held over 2 days and is making hundreds of teenagers, many of whom are taking their driving lessons, aware of the dangers that can lie behind the wheel.
Hundreds of students from across Dumfries and Galloway will be shown a reconstructed crash scene, and will hear from Emergency Services personnel, Police Scotland, and the victims of road traffic accidents.