The skies will gradually cloud over in the east with occasional rain or drizzle likely during the afternoon.
Brighter in the west.
Maximum temperature 15 °C.
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37-year-old Graeme Haddon pleaded guilty to the offence which happened in his home village of Lamancha near West Linton at the weekend.Read the full story ›
The 86-year-old woman who died in a road collision near West Linton has been named by police as Joan Mellors from Peebles.
Mrs Mellors suffered fatal injuries after her silver-coloured Honda Jazz left the road as she was travelling on the A701 and overturned before coming to a stop in a field.
Road Policing Officers are continuing with their inquiries and anyone with information should contact the Road Policing Unit in Galashiels via 101, quoting incident number 1276 of 11 October.
Storm Ophelia hit Castle Douglas last night with high force winds of up to 75 mph, blowing the roof off of a scout hut.
The roof blew close to some nearby houses and is now stuck on the roof a church. Residents were asked to remain indoors while emergency services attended the scene:
A yellow weather warning for wind has been issued across Dumfries and Galloway, Lothian, and the Borders.
Winds are most likely to gust between 50 and 60 mph across much of the warning area.
The warning is in place until 3pm today in association with ex-Ophelia
Public transport might be effected with delays and road closures. Power cuts and damage to buildings could also happen.
The warning area has reduced from southwest Scotland and northwest England as winds are easing here.
Emergency services have been working through the night to deal with a number of incidents relating to the high winds of Storm Ophelia.Read the full story ›
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