A FLOOD alert was today issued for Edinburgh and the Lothians after “intense” rainfall.
The warning was issued by SEPA, who said an “isolated area of intense rain” had formed over the Capital and parts of East Lothian which they believed was likely to continue for some time.
The agency warned that surface water flooding was likely over the next few hours, which could cause drainage issues and travel disruption.
They also warned of a possibility of some river flooding.
In a statement, they added: “Further spells of heavy rain are possible over the next 24hours. SEPA will continue to monitor the situation and further updates will appear here if the situation changes.”
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