Flood alerts Scotland

These are the 26 areas at risk of flooding across Scotland on Wednesday

The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) has issued flood warnings for a number of areas across Scotland following heavy rain on Tuesday.

There were 27 flood warnings active as of Wednesday morning, in addition to 13 flood alerts. We take a look at some of the areas likely to be most at risk.

Low lying agricultural land adjacent to the River Tummel is at risk of flooding. Further updates will be issued as necessary. Picture: Jonathan Billinger/CC BY-SA 2.0

1. Pitlochry to Ballinluig

Low lying agricultural land adjacent to the River Tummel is at risk of flooding. Further updates will be issued as necessary. Picture: Jonathan Billinger/CC BY-SA 2.0
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The Eddleston Water is running close to bank full and there is a risk it will exceed flood warning thresholds after 11:30pm on Tuesday (SEPA).

2. Peebles (Eddleston Water), Scottish Borders

The Eddleston Water is running close to bank full and there is a risk it will exceed flood warning thresholds after 11:30pm on Tuesday (SEPA).
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Some areas along all reaches of the River Spey may be affected by flooding on Wednesday. Localised flooding affecting low-lying land, roads and isolated properties, and disruption to travel, is possible (SEPA)

3. Speyside

Some areas along all reaches of the River Spey may be affected by flooding on Wednesday. Localised flooding affecting low-lying land, roads and isolated properties, and disruption to travel, is possible (SEPA)
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River levels on the River Earn and its tributaries are high following the persistent heavy rainfall during Tuesday (SEPA)

4. Crieff to Innerpeffray

River levels on the River Earn and its tributaries are high following the persistent heavy rainfall during Tuesday (SEPA)
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