Another settled forecast for the region.
A look ahead at some decent weather for the region.
Rain turning heavier & more persistent for a time Saturday night, before pressure builds & fine and dry weather sets in for the week ahead
A flood warning has been issued for Camptown to Jedburgh.
There is a risk of flooding from the Jed Water to low lying agricultural areas near to the river from Chesters to Howden Burn including Mossburnford.
The Scottish Borders Council’s nearest local sandbag store is located at the Fire Station in Jedburgh.
The A7 is closed due to flooding between junction 44 on the M6 / A689 (Carlisle North) and Arthuret Road.
The road is flooded just after the River Lyne.
Train services across the region have been cancelled due to flooding.
The Northern Rail service is currently suspended between Carlisle and Maryport due to flooding at Aspatria, where the line is blocked.
Northern Rail are looking to source replacement buses, and there is no estimate for when normal services will resume.
There are also delays of up to 30 minutes on trains between Edinburgh Waverley and Carlisle due to flooding between Lockerbie and Carlisle.
A dry start with sunny intervals but showers soon moving in from the west these possibly turning wintry even to low levels.
Most of the showers will be over Galloway. Maximum temperature 9 °C.