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The Scottish Environment Protection Agency has warned that there could be some flooding in Dumfries and Galloway this afternoon.
The agency says that rivers levels will peak at lunchtime.
Heavy rain and melting snow means low lying areas are at risk. Surface water flooding on roads is also possible.
A flood alert has been issued for Dumfries and Galloway and the Scottish Borders.
The Scottish Environment Protection Agency has warned that a combination of heavy rain and melting snow will cause river levels to rise later today.
Flooding to low lying land and roads is possible overnight.
A flood alert has been issued for the Scottish Borders.
The Scottish Environment Protection Agency say that heavy rainfall throughout the day, combined with melting snow may result in localised flooding.
The areas most at risk are in the west of the region.