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Edinburgh was hit by flash floods on Sunday, with businesses closing and transport halted as heavy rains hits.

Monday, 5th July 2021, 6:31 pm

The Met Office has predicted more rain for Monday – follow here for all updates throughout the day.

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St James Quarter, Stockbridge and Princes Street among areas of Edinburgh hit by thunderstorms and flooding. Pictures: Submitted

Edinburgh weather: Flash floods hit the Capital as more heavy rain expected

Last updated: Monday, 05 July, 2021, 18:16

Here is the weather forecast

Can we expect more flash flooding to hit Edinburgh after the deluge on weekend?

Scenes in the Capital have shown flooded streets in New Town, Roseburn and Gorgie as rivers burst their banks under heavy rainfall on Sunday July 4.

Have to admit, that does look tasty!

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Roseburn Terrace yesterday

Picture taken with permission from the Twitter feed of @eoinplant, showing a couple being stuck at a bus stop.

Stockbridge library has closed today due to flooding.

Slateford Road partially blocked

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