Don’t put your wellingtons away just yet. A new weather alert relates to heavy rainfall affecting parts of western Scotland on Tuesday, “bringing a risk of some additional flooding and transport disruption”, the Met Office have said.
Forecasters have said: “Following disruptive rainfall across much of Scotland in recent days, a further period of fairly heavy rainfall is likely to affect many western parts of Scotland during Tuesday (though nothing like the amount seen on Saturday), before the rain begins to clear away southwards during Tuesday afternoon and evening.
“Across many western areas 15-25 mm of rain could fall quite widely, with peak totals of 40-50 mm possible over and around the high ground. This may bring further impacts from flooding, including the disruption of travel, given the recent wet conditions.”