- 4 updates
A viewer's footage from Annan which was hit by flooding yesterday.
Thank you to Sheila for sending us these photos.
The lives on the banks of the River Nith opposite the Robbie Burns Centre.
Thankfully her home has not been affected by flood waters.
This is the latest update from the emergency services:
"The response has now moved from the response phase to the recovery phase.
River levels at the Whitesands will remain high for the rest of the day. The Whitesands will remain closed for the rest of the day.
During the severe weather yesterday, Langholm was an area that was badly hit.
Today, things are returning to normal in the town.
The rest centre that was opened yesterday evening has now been stood down.
Officers from Police Scotland, Fire and Rescue Service and the Council are still in the town and providing advice and support.
Individuals from the properties that were evacuated yesterday are now returning to their homes.
Police officers are visiting all of the affected properties to provide assurance to residents.
Roads in the region remain dangerous with standing water still present. Members of the public should avoid driving unless necessary and take extreme care.":
A major emergency has been called in Dumfries and Galloway following the severe weather that has hit the area.
The Whitesands in Dumfries flooded and many the roads have been closed. The river will continue to rise this evening.
The Esk at Langholm has also burst its banks. Homes within George Street in the town were evacuated by Police Scotland and a care centre established. It's expected to remain open during Sunday.
Some flooding has been reported in areas of Annandale and Eskdale including Wamphray, Cummertrees and Hoddom.