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17.00 update - SEPA continues to monitor river levels in north east as more rain forecast

26 October 2023

“The latest forecast from the Met Office is predicting prolonged periods of heavy rain in the north east around the South Esk.

Further heavy rain expected in north east Scotland but rivers lower than witnessed during Storm Babet

25 October 2023

“Following last week’s severe weather event, people in communities in the north east are still recovering from extensive river and surface water flooding impacts, and with more rain forecast for the coming days we understand that people may be concerned.

Storm Babet brings significant flooding with more rain expected

20 October 2023

Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) flooding experts have been monitoring weather forecasts, river levels and flood forecasting models through the night to provide information to communities and partner agencies as the country moves through another exceptional rainfall event. Prolonged, heavy rain will continue throughout the day and into Saturday, continuing extensive river and surface water flooding.

New Deputy Chair of SEPA Board

16 October 2023

The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) have announced the appointment of board member Dr Harpreet Kohli to the post of Deputy Chair.

SEPA continues to advise communities in the north east to be aware and be prepared as further rain forecast

27 October 2023

Widespread significant flooding is not currently expected, many catchments remain saturated – and further rain could affect areas where flood waters remain.