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There will be plenty of sunshine to start the week.
There will be some cloud but it should remain dry with temperatures going up to the mid-20s.
Humberside Police are looking for another person in connection with the murder of Shaun Lyall.
Mr Lyall, 47 was found dead at a house on Sidney Street on 17 July 2018.
Humberside Police said extensive investigations have been ongoing to speak to Abdi Ali, 29.
He is originally from Somalia and has links to the Grimsby area, Sheffield, London, Lancashire, South Yorkshire, Merseyside, Manchester, Milton Keynes, Lincolnshire, and Cleveland.
Anyone who sees him should not approach him, but call the police in the first instance.
“I’m on top of the world, Daddy” said three-year-old Jaxon Krzysix on top of Ben Nevis.
Jayne Rae says terminal breast cancer is "not the end of the line", as she has "a lot to give".
A man in his 20s is believed to have drowned in a reservoir in East Lancashire.
Police were called to Ogden Reservoir in Barley yesterday afternoon to reports a man had got into difficulties in the water.
Emergency services attended the scene and a search was launched.
At around 21:00 a body was pulled from the water, police said.
The death is not being treated as suspicious.
A cloudy and overcast start to the week.
There are also chances of patchy light rain and drizzle heading into the evening with temperatures reaching 20C.
It will be a bright start for the region before cloud builds later in the day.
Temperatures will reach a high of 21C.
Jimmy Anderson's appearance as last man batting with a runner takes up 17 minutes - and helps to add 11 runs - before he is last out.
Recalled Australian Nathan Rimmington, coming in round the wicket, bowls the left-hander with an inswinger that removed Anderson's off stump to finish with 4-42, for career-best match figures of 8-116, after his 4-74 in the first innings.
Lancashire have a lead of 303, with no Anderson to help them defend it, following his pre-Ashes calf strain scare on Tuesday. But could those 11 runs come in handy later?
Anderson got four of them, while helping Saqib Mahmood move on to 31 not out.
It will be settled and sunny across the region on Wednesday, with any cloud clearing by the afternoon.
Temperatures will reach highs of 22C.
Well, even in the short history of first-class cricket at Sedbergh School, that was a pretty dramatic day.
A calf injury to Jimmy Anderson that took him out of the attack.
Then a Durham collapse as their last five wickets went down for just 18 runs in 10 overs, followed by an extraordinary start to the Lancashire innings as they were reduced to 10-2 inside the first four balls of Chris Rushworth's first over.
At 59-5, fuelled by a daft run-out, Lancs led by only 115. But, by the end of the day, Lancs skipper Dane Vilas had made 74 to steer his side into a 260-run lead.
That ought to be a matchwinning lead already. But, don't forget, Lancashire will not have use of Anderson tomorrow. He will be having treatment on his calf strain as he begins his battle to be fit to face the Aussies at Edgbaston on 1 August.
Slight injury scare over England paceman Jimmy Anderson at Sedbergh School - just a month away from the first Ashes Test.
He has pulled up in his run-up and, after three attempts to bowl the third ball of the 84th over, he has walked off. Josh Bohannon is completing the over.
Hopefully, just a precautionary measure, wit the Ashes series due to start in a month's time at Edgbaston. The BBC commentary team suspect it might be an Achilles injury, based on the stretching exercises Anderson was trying.
Lancs also had a slight scare over England opener Keaton Jennings.
He apparently made a visit to Lancashire Royal Infirmary yesterday after injuring a finger trying to field the ball in the slips. But he is back out there this morning.
It will be mainly dry and bright today with temperatures set to reach 19C.
Another thoroughly decent day's cricket at this already very popular new first-class cricket venue.
Still a very well balanced game of twists and turns.
After resuming this morning on 275-5, Lancs might have hoped for a few more.
But Durham battled back well to bowl the hosts out for 337, before Cameron Bancroft and Alex Lees then put on 70 for the first wicket - the highest opening partnership made by any side against the Red Rose this season.
At 136-1, Durham were then looking very good until old masters Graham Onions and Jimmy Anderson suddenly clicked into top gear, with three wickets for no runs in 17 balls. But Durham have again battled back well and, although they lost Jack Burnham just before the close, they are well in this match.