Residents throughout Freuchie are now on flood watch as water courses continue to rise due to the rain and snow falling on Fife.
SEPA has issued an alarming number of flood warnings throughout Scotland, including Fife and Clackmannanshire rivers.
This statement was prepared on 30 March 2010 at 4:24 pm.
A FLOOD WATCH has been issued for Fife and Clackmannanshire rivers.
Heavy rainfall and some snow is expected throughout Tuesday evening and into Wednesday for Fife and Clackmannanshire. Rivers are rising and localised flooding can be expected. Further updates will appear here as more information becomes available.
This FLOOD WATCH is now in force until further notice.
Concerned Freuchie residents have started to move their cars to areas of safety and items of value have been lifted above the flood level of August 2008. Flood defences are either primed or fully deployed in preparation for possible flooding.
Unfortunately this weather is forecast to be with us throughout tomorrow, with some forecasting services showing it to last into Thursday!
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