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A sunny morning but cloud will thicken during the afternoon with the odd light shower possible in places. Highs of 25C (77F).
Swimmer Adam Peaty, who trains in Derby, claimed his second medal of the Commonwealth Games last night, winning silver in the 50m breaststroke.
The 19-year-old's success followed a remarkable afternoon in which Derbyshire competitors picked up four medals, in squash (two), shooting and table tennis.
A service providing a "lifeline" for elderly and vulnerable people in rural parts of Derbyshire fears it could lose all its funding from the county council.
Eight community transport schemes in the county have been warned the authority is struggling to afford the £1.46m it will cost to keep running over the next few years and their grants may be cut.
Severn Trent has ruled out a hosepipe ban in Derbyshire, despite the hot weather.
The firm says its reservoirs are more than 90% full and levels have been topped up by regular rain.
Pictures showing historical scenes of Derby have gone on display to mark the reopening of a refurbished art gallery.
Derbyshire-based competitors have now won seven medals at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. Here's how the medal table would look this morning if we were an independent nation.
In my 09:00 bulletin we'll have more on five Commonwealth Games medals being claimed by Derbyshire competitors in one day.
An ambulance driver tried to 'groom' a young Burton girl by bombarding her with text messages, jurors heard.
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