WEDNESDAY was the hottest day on record in 2018 in Dumfries and Galloway, peaking at 28.5 C
WARNINGS of a prolonged severe winter blast have been issued for Dumfries and Galloway this week.
THE MET Office have issued another Amber Warning – be prepared – for prolonged snow showers today in the northerly parts of the region.
PARTS of the region have experienced “the harshest weather” in decades this week – and there’s warnings of more snow to come overnight.
YELLOW weather warnings for high winds and snow have been issued for the region over the next few days.
RAIN battered the region on Wednesday and led to stretches of flooding on roads across the area.
FORECASTS of snow, strong winds and heavy rain in the region today have failed to materialise.
DUMFRIES and Galloway is preparing to be battered by winds up to 90mph as Storm Abigail heads for the country today.
A TEAM tasked with ensuring best practice nationally in dealing with major emergencies could begin work at Dumfries by March.