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A Grade Two listed bridge near the village of Welton, in Cumbria, has collapsed.
Bell Bridge is the latest in a large number of bridges in the region that have been damaged by heavy rain, wind and flooding over the winter.
As heavy rain sweeps through the Scottish Borders, the following roads remain closed:
- B712 at Dawyck. Diversion: A701 - Dreva Junction
- D66/1 Kirkton Manor, Cademuir to Peebles
- B709 Thirlestane / Ramseycleuch
- C77 Gala to Lauder
- B6359 - at Bowden Toll
- A699 - Selkirk to St Boswells
- D106/4 - Makerston village
- D25/3 Haysike Bridge – closed due to structural damage
- Lower Mansfield Road, Hawick
- Overhall Road/Martin's Bridge, Hawick
- B709 between Ramseycleuch Bridge and Angecroft Caravan Park in the Ettrick Valley
- A698 between Denholm and Hawick
- A7 south of Hawick - landslip at Teviothead
- Commercial Road, Hawick
- Laidlaw Terrace, Hawick
- Dovemount Mews, Hawick
- Common Haugh Car Park, Hawick
- Victoria Road, Hawick
- A6088 Bonchester Bridge closed
- A68 south of Bonjedward bridge
- A68 south of Bonjedward
- A68 north of Jedburgh at Riverside
- B6401 between Yetholm and Morebattle
- C40 near Jedburgh - Crailinghall Bridge closed
- B6438 at the 30mph zone into St Abbs
Residents in Jedburgh and Hawick are being evacuated by Police Scotland.
Police officers are going door to door to warn the residents of at risk properties to leave their premises.
Emergency Rest Centres have been set up by Scottish Borders Council at Teviotdale Leisure Centre in Hawick and Jedburgh Town Hall.
You can find maps and directions to each Refuge Centre here:
Many roads, including the A68 outside of Jedburgh, remain impassable.
There are now six flood warnings for the Scottish Borders.
You can find live update here.
There are currently 8 flood warnings in place across the region after a day of heavy rain brought by ex-Storm Jonas.
A flood warning means flooding is expected, and that immediate action should be taken.
There are four warnings for the North West of England:
There are also four warnings across Dumfries and Galloway and the Scottish Borders:
For the most up-to-date information on the floods, visit
Towns and villages along the south west coast of Scotland saw huge waves today, as the remains of Storm Jonas swept through the region.
John Lindsay sent in these photos, from Port William:
Storm force winds and heavy rain battered Southern Scotland today.
In Dumfries and Galloway, the River Nith overflowed its banks and flooded across the Whitesands closing the road and car parks all afternoon but there were no reports that properties were affected.
Caerlaverock Primary School in Glencaple near Dumfries was closed due to flooding and Brydekirk Primary School was closed due to a lack of power.
A number of roads were affected by flood waters but all were passable with care.
A tree fell on the A708 between Selkirk and Moffat causing delays this morning - a number of other minor roads were also affected by fallen trees. In the Scottish Borders the B709 in the Ettrick Valley was closed due to flooding.
The flood alert alarm went off in Hawick and the River Teviot was about seven feet higher than normal but there were no reports of flooded properties.
Cumbria has seen flooding once again. The Glenridding Hotel has flooded for the fourth time in two months. Contractors were trying to dry the hotel out and say the latest flooding will set them back.
In Keswick the campsite and rugby pitches were flooded and the River Greta came close to bursting its banks at Fitz Park.
Keswick School and Borrowdale Church of England School closed early to ensure pupils and staff could get home safely.
In Cockermouth St Joseph's Catholic Primary School was closed as high winds loosed the outside tiles.
In Kendal the River Kent's levels were raised but the Environment Agency have spent time removing tonnes of rubble from the river, allowing it flow freely.
The A66 is closed between Penrith (J40 A66) and Shap (J39 B6261) because of an overturned vehicle and accident.
Cumbria police are warning people to avoid the A66.
Vehicles which are affected by strong winds are being advised to avoid using the A66.
Vehicles, such as empty lorries or caravans, can be vulnerable in excessive winds and should avoid using the road.
All motorists are reminded to drive according to the conditions and slow down whilst driving in high winds.
Those drivers affected are encouraged to use alternative, less exposed routes until conditions subside.