Pollen counts will tend to vary in any showers, but generally will decline throughout the coming new weekRead the full story ›
A respite overnight on Sunday as rain clears NE'wards. Then turning showery and cool for the new week, with thunder likely on TuesdayRead the full story ›
A fine start, but showers developing this afternoonRead the full story ›
More than a thousand fans showed their support for a former rugby league player diagnosed with cancer.
Stars of the game joined supporters to raise money for Tony Barrow who played for Oldham and Swinton.
The father of three has been diagnosed with an aggressive form of the disease.
Ou reporter Ralph Blunsom was there:
A mother whose daughter died after a falling in the Lake District says she's lost her soulmate.
Victoria Harris who was 24 fell while walking on Haystacks in the Buttermere Valley.
An RAF helicopter and an air ambulance were involved in her rescue but she was pronounced dead at hospital.
Her mother Carol Allenby-Carr said she Victoria was a 'beautiful daughter and her soulmate'. She said she died in a tragic accident.
Although high to very high counts are expected in the driest, warmest weather, counts will generally be tailing off this coming weekRead the full story ›
A collection of dramatic pictures sent in by our viewers of the storms that crossed our region last night.Read the full story ›
Fine evening on Saturday. Wet again for all parts at some point on Sunday. Cooler and more changeable for the new weekRead the full story ›
Fine and dry on Saturday evening and overnight. Occasional showers Sunday, some heavy and thunderyRead the full story ›
Peter Cushing, Metrolink Director at TfGM, said: "Late last night vandals damaged both a tram and the tracks near the St Werburgh's Road tram stop. This has led to one tram being damaged and another being stuck, blocking the tracks on the Airport and East Didsbury lines.
"Technicians have been on site since first light to start to move the tram and repair the tracks. However, because of the nature of the damage caused, we do not know how long this will take.
"In the meantime, passengers can use their tickets on alternative bus routes and get the latest information from the Metrolink website and Twitter feed.
"I'm disgusted by the behaviour that we saw last night and we will be working with the police to help them with their enquiries.
"I'd like to apologise to our passengers for the disruption caused by the vandalism, and reassure them that we are working as fast as we can to get all services running again."