The overnight force of Storm Gertrude has had little impact across Dumfries and Galloway.
The Met Office have cancelled the Yellow warning (be aware) for rain that was issued yesterday.
River levels across the region peaked overnight but have since dropped and remain at a safe and steady level.
Warnings for 70mph winds are still in place until this evening and commuters should drive accordingly to the weather.
The rain should gradually ease during the morning to leave a dry day with some sunny spells.
It will be windy throughout with gales at times.
Turning colder. Maximum Temperature11°C.
Network Rail has advised train passengers to check before they travel as the Border region braces for the arrival of Storm Gertrude.
Forecasters are predicting winds to strengthen and rain to move in this evening, with up to 70mph winds. The severe weather is predicted to continue throughout the weekend and into early next week.
Cautionary speed restrictions of 50mph will be in place on Friday morning on the West Coast main line between Tebay and Oxenholme. Restrictions will also be in place between Settle and Carlisle.
Weather warnings are in force as our latest storm looms.
Storm Gertrude will over in overnight bringing some heavy rain and VERY strong winds
An AMBER warning is in force for the strong winds:
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