It might be glorious outside now but a storm is brewing over the East Midlands.
The Met Office has issued a yellow warning for thunderstorms from 18:00 this evening until 09:00 tomorrow.
It says: "Scattered thunderstorms moving north tonight and early Wednesday could lead to some power cuts and travel delays."
Missing 14-year-old girl found
Jessica Blockley, 14, who was reported missing from the Kirkby in Ashfield area on Saturday evening, has been found.
Round-the-clock ambition for air ambulance
Running a 24/7 air ambulance in the county could mean hundreds more patients are treated every year, Lincolnshire and Nottingham Air Ambulance says.
The charity, which currently attends emergencies only between 07:00 and 19:00, is hoping to extend its operating hours by the end of the year.
In its 25 years working in the county, the charity has helped at over 20,000 emergencies.
The charity will begin operating 24 hours a day four days a week from 1 August.
The cost of the service will increase from £2.5m per year to £4m if the service does run 24 hours a day throughout the year.
If we are able to help over 400 more people who are suffering from the most serious illnesses and traumatic injuries, then this proves to be an incredible development for our charity. But we can only make this remarkable step forward with the help of our local communities, and we cannot thank them enough for their incredible support."
He also admitted a racially aggravated public order offence against a police officer.
Ms Soubry resigned from the Conservative Party in February and is now part of the Independent Group for Change and supports another Brexit referendum.
Police forces ask people to hand in guns
Police forces across the East Midlands are asking those who own a firearm or have one and don't know how to dispose of it to hand it in as part of a two-week national amnesty.
From tomorrow, forces in Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire and Leicestershire are asking people to surrender their guns - including imitation models - and any unused and unwanted firearms.
During the last national firearms surrender in 2017, more than 245 firearms and ammunition were handed into Nottinghamshire Police and 194 were handed into Derbyshire.
The items included antique and imitation guns, war trophies and items disguised as Tasers.
The forces said anyone who hands in a gun won't be prosecuted, but there will be an investigation to make sure the weapons are not connected to any offences.
People have until 4 August to take firearms into police stations across the East Midlands.
Disabled veteran's cycle access blocked by barriers
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Changes could be made to new cycle path barriers after a disabled military veteran said they restricted his access.
Michael Metcalfe, 43, from Arnold, who suffered a prolapsed spinal disc during military training, rides a recumbent tricycle and says he is unable to navigate the cycle path between Wilford Lane and Compton Acres.
"The barriers were designed to stop motorbikes but if they can stop a motorbike, they will stop a person with mobility issues," he said.
Mr Metcalfe said the path is vital to him as it gives him a sense of freedom.
However, following a complaint he made to Rushcliffe Borough Council outlining his concerns, the council has said it is open to finding a way to make the path more accessible for disabled people.
A Rushcliffe Borough Council spokeswoman said: "We were pleased to listen to and work with Mr Metcalfe to assess how one of the barriers could be amended to help him and other users navigate the route more easily."
Mr Metcalfe said: "In fairness to the council, they were attentive - it seems they did care.
"But it appears they just didn't think about how it would affect disabled people and that is something which needs to change - not just here but across the country."
Watch: Today's weather for the East Midlands
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We can expect a rainy afternoon with the possibility of thunderstorms later on. Temperatures will drop a bit compared to earlier in the week.
The Magpies - formerly the oldest club in the football league but relegated to non-league football in May - are searching for a new owner. They could be wound up if they can't prove a sale is imminent.