Tayside and Fife suffered extreme weather chaos throughout the weekend as Storm Ciara swept through the region.
Gale-force winds and heavy rain caused roofs to be blown off, trees to fall down and chimneys to come away from buildings, as well as “extensive” road flooding and train cancellations.
Fire and rescue crew, as well as the police, were drafted in to deal with severe flooding on Riverside Drive on Sunday afternoon as the River Tay overflowed during high tide.
The two Rivers Tay. Good to see the flood defence wall is working just fine! 🌊😖 pic.twitter.com/8bxwUsF4is
— The Alien Cormorant (@alancormack) February 9, 2020
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