Kerrie brings you Sunday's forecast for the Border region
Storm Callum brought intense rainfall and winds of up to 62mph through Friday and Saturday.
There are 17 flood alerts in Cumbria with river levels expected to peak late Saturday afternoon. The alerts mean flooding is possible rather than expected, with high river levels and standing water on roads likely.
There is one flood alert across Dumfries and Galloway for surface water and high river levels but no properties are expected to be affected.
There is one flood alert for the whole of the Scottish Borders, particularly the South and West and this could include properties but again is mainly focused on surface water.
638 homes were without power on Friday as Electricity North West dealt with four power cuts across Cumbria, of which 549 were near Penrith. The power is not back on in those areas but two power cuts remain active, with 15 homes affected in Carlisle and 7 homes affected in Workington.
Police officers remain busy dealing with hazardous conditions on the region's roads. On Friday, a driver had a lucky escape when a tree fell on their car near Kirkby Lonsdale.
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Storm Bronagh brings us our second named storm in as many days.
An area of strong winds is likely to develop across parts of Wales and southwest England during Thursday evening before spreading further eastwards across England.
The strongest winds are then expected to clear into the North Sea early on Friday.
Most likely is that we will see gusts of 45-50 mph in a few spots inland as well as more widely around exposed coasts.
However, there is a small chance that stronger winds will develop in some areas with 60-65 mph gusts possible, particularly overnight into Friday across eastern England.
The strong winds will accompanied by short-lived outbreaks of very heavy rain in places.