A new Scottish Flood Forecast, which will give communities an indication of where flooding is likely to occur in Scotland up to three days in advance has been designed by SEPA (Scottish Environment Protection Agency).
SEPA’s Floodline Messaging Upgrade
The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) is set to upgrade its Floodline messaging system and incorporate other hazard notifications for communities and businesses across Scotland.
Young Scots on Climate Strike
Young people across Scotland will be taking part in a climate strike today, Friday 25th of March.
Churchill Barriers: SEPA Flood Warning
Road closures are likely around the time of high tide which is between 11:30 and 14:00 GMT on 22nd February.
Weather Forecast: Rain clearing to showers. SEPA Flood Alerts
Winds turning westerly and easing. Maximum temperature 8 °C.
SEPA Flood Alert For Orkney
A spell of windy weather during Sunday combined with high tides could lead to some coastal flooding and disruption.
Weather Forecast: Morning rain then afternoon squally showers.
Winds ease before westerly gales return. Maximum temperature 6 °C.
Weather Forecast: Very cold with gales and wintry showers.
Very cold in strong to gale west to northwest winds. Maximum temperature 5 °C
Weather Forecast: Showers and limited brighter spells for morning. Rain, gales later.
towards early evening, southwest gales, perhaps severe gales, develop. Maximum temperature 10 °C.
SEPA FLOOD ALERT has been issued for Orkney.
Over the next few days, a combination of high tides and strong winds means that flooding to coastal areas could occur.