Dry and bright, light winds.Read the full story ›
It looks like, for a change, the best of the weekend weather (and the week ahead) is coming through on Bank Holiday Monday itselfRead the full story ›
Wet and windy during the morning, with persistent and occasionally heavy rain.
The rain should pass north by afternoon, with winds also easing, as brighter spells develop.
Warming up but with the risk of showers. Some of these could be heavy and thundery. Highs 16°C.
The Queen has been guest of honour today at a military event to mark the forming of a new North Yorkshire regiment - the Royal Lancers.
The new regiment, which will be based at Catterick, marched through Richmond to the town's castle where they paraded in front of her Majesty and Prince Andrew.
Family and friends were celebrating its formation plus the birth of the Queen's latest great-grandchild.
The Queen has arrived in Richmond, North Yorkshire, dressed in a bright pink coat and hat, 200 miles away from the Lindo Wing where the Duchess of Cambridge gave birth to a daughter this morning.
The Queen is attending a parade at Richmond Castle to mark the joining of the Queen's Royal Lancers and the 9th/12th Royal Lancers.
FT. It's all over at Elland Road for the final time in the 2014/15 Championship season. Game ends 0-0 with Rotherham #lufc
FT: Leeds United 0 v 0 Millers. Steve Evans picks up a Sombrero on the pitch and dons it, he salutes the Millers support, who go wild #rufc
Leeds and Rotherham played out a goalless draw while Sheffield Wednesday finished level with promoted Watford.
However, Huddersfield's game away at Blackpool has been marred by a protest on the pitch which suspended play almost an hour ago.
Still no play at Bloomfield Road; play was suspended at 48 minutes with the game goalless. Waiting to hear any updates (DTS)
Slowly improving weather wise during SundayRead the full story ›
Hull v Arsenal 15:00
Blackpool v Huddersfield 12:15 Leeds v Rotherham 12:15 Watford v Sheffield Wednesday 12:15
Accrington v Mansfield 15:00 Portsmouth v York 15:00
Dry. Thin, high cloud.Read the full story ›
The funeral has taken place today of one of the most famous ever pools winners, Viv Nicholson.
More than 50 years ago she won a fortune worth £5 million at todays prices.
But Viv famously vowed to "spend, spend,spend" and within five years the money was gone.
Today friends and family gathered to say goodbye to Viv - and her daughter and granddaughter paid tribute to the woman who's story captured the nation's imagination.
Chris Kiddey reports: