All schools across the region are scheduled to re-open tomorrow (22nd January).
Depending on the weather over night, the situation may change.
Any changes will be posted on our website in the morning.
Many schools across the region have been closed due to heavy snow. Below is a list of the latest closures.
Hawick High School catchment area-
Peebles High School catchment area
Jedburgh Grammar School catchment area
Galashiels Academy catchment area
Earlston High school catchment
Selkirk High School catchment area
Berwickshire High School catchment area
(For part-closures and work from home information from Scottish Borders Council click here).
-St Benedict's Catholic School
-Warcop CE Primary School
All schools in Dumfries and Galloway are currently open.
Heavy snow and ice is causing travel disruptions and school closures across the region.
The latest weather warnings are listed below:
AMBER WARNING- Dumfries and Galloway, Scottish Borders and Cumbria
There is heavy snow affecting southern and eastern Scotland, the Scottish Borders and Cumbria.
An amber alert has been issued with over 10cm of snow expected throughout the day. Gale force winds are also expected, which may cause drifting blizzards.
The public are being asked to be prepared for the risk of travel disruptions, road closures and power supply problems.
The amber warning is issued until 9pm this evening, with yellow warnings across the region being issued for tomorrow (22nd January).
A yellow weather warning has been issued for Cumbria, south-west Scotland and the Scottish Borders.
A spell of wet and very windy weather is set to hit the UK during Friday and Saturday.
Western regions are expected to be worst hit with persistent heavy rain, especially over high ground.
The public are being asked to be aware of possible localised flooding.
The Met office has issued a yellow weather warning for snow and ice.
Dumfries and Galloway, the Scottish Borders and Cumbria have all been put on alert for sleet and snow.
Snow showers are expected on hills and higher routes, as well as ice on untreated surfaces.
People are being advised to take extra care.
The warning is in place until 3pm.