Record downpour as flood-hit regions receive a month’s worth of rain

Substantial locations of the state seasoned file rains, leaving folks stuck in their residences and cars and trucks abandoned as they floated away

As growing h2o ranges make motion in certain areas unattainable, some people have shed electrical power in their properties.

Dwelling in Cupar, Fife, Andrew McIntosh is confined to his house with his two canines and his father, who has severe COPD (long-term obstructive pulmonary illness).

“We’ve only received energy upstairs, and I’ve bought medication that has to be in the fridge,” the diabetic explained to STV Information.

“It’s a nightmare and no person has been all over to aid or aid.”

SEPA has upgraded its flood warnings to intense flood warning standing for Kintore, Kemnay, Inverurie, Ballater, and for the River Dee in Aberdeen

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Sandbags have been sent to afflicted regions by Fife Council, which also apologised for any delays brought about by the higher quantity of calls to its phone line for repairs.

A spokesperson explained: “All accessible means are continuing to offer with the flooding even though several of the previously mentioned roadways are possible to continue to be closed right up until the rain begins to relieve this afternoon.

WATCH: Record downpour as flood-hit regions receive a month's worth of rain

“Continuing to go to floods with gully tankers, providing sandbags and clearing culverts.”

Mr McIntosh said his back garden is like “a major swimming pool” and hopes somebody is able to stop by individuals in need to have to check out if they call for necessities these types of as foods, drinking water or treatment.

Motorists trying to make their way as a result of flooded streets have experienced to abandon cars if they do not make it throughout.

WATCH: Record downpour as flood-hit regions receive a month's worth of rain
Record rainfall as flood hit areas to see month’s worth of in days amid weather warnings

Vital Takeaways

  • A automobile has occur off the A92 to Dundee close to Ladybank.
  • Ferry Road in Edinburgh has found cars and trucks and a taxi needing rescued soon after being triumph over by the depth of the floodwater.
  • Amber and yellow weather conditions warnings have been extended by the Achieved Place of work
  • An amber warning masking Tayside, Fife, Grampian and central spots is in place from midnight on Thursday right until 9pm on Friday.
  • A yellow climate warning is in spot from 3pm on Thursday running into Friday right up until midnight.
  • SEPA has upgraded its flood warnings to intense flood warning status for Kintore, Kemnay, Inverurie, Ballater, and for the River Dee in Aberdeen

Main superintendent Louise Blakelock, head of road policing, urged individuals to stay clear of vacation until essential.

“If you do have to have to travel, make sure you and your car or truck are suitably well prepared by getting ample gasoline, waterproofs, heat garments, food items and water in the event you are delayed and be aware of greater stopping distances when breaking,” she explained.

Have you received pics of your farm underwater? Some crazy flood event? Car swimming absent? Share them by sending them to hello@scottishnews.details and we’ll aspect them on our up coming weather updates.

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