How wet where you are?
ABOUT 1 HOUR AGO
Adverse weather update
There is currently widespread surface water flooding in Dumfries and Galloway.
Reports of river flooding/ water course flooding are starting to come in.
River Cree remains a concern as water levels rise 500mm in last hour in Newton Stewart.
Scottish Power are adjusting water levels on the Galloway Hydro scheme and advise that there will be impacts to roads in the Loch Ken/ New Galloway area
Power has been restored in Lochans and Leswalt villages
Leswalt primary school opening following restoration of power.
Scottish Government briefed by SEPA and Met Office that Dumfries and Galloway remain their main area of concern.
Good job I have no plans to go biking this weekend!Posted 5 years agoStonerSubscriber
go away binners, its bloody sodden down here already. We dont need your mojo.
Some roads flooded but receded a bit yesterday evening/today, but it’s lashing it down again. I might head over to the coppice tomorrow to see how flooded it is and whether my wood has floated away…
btw as at 17:29 that streak of blue denoting biblical rain is bang on topPosted 5 years ago
East Devon here. Several local villages flooded and roads closed yesterday. Yesterday morning was the closest the water flowing down our road has come to flooding the garden I have seen since we moved here seven years ago. Been dryish today so waters have receded but it is now proper lashing down. Not sure about tomorrows ride now!Posted 5 years ago
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