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Flooding Glasgow

Scottish weather: SEPA issues flood warnings for parts of Scotland, including Edinburgh and Lothians The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) has issued flood alerts and warnings across Southern and Central Scotland. SEPA has issued 20 flood warnings and 5 flood alerts across Scotland, mainly in the South of the country. The village of Cramond, has received a warning, meaning that flooding is imminent with water levels high on the River Almond. SEPA has warned that flooding “may cause issues for boats moored in the river”. Other flood warnings have been issued to locations in the Scottish Borders, while three flood warnings have been issued to Whitesands, Langholm and Newton Stewart in Dumfries and Galloway – which is currently under a yellow warning of rain which will stay in place until 3pm today.
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