Latest update on Angus roads

Craig O'Loch Road, Forfar near the Aldi store. ''Andy Thompson Photography / ATIMAGES

Craig O'Loch Road, Forfar near the Aldi store. ''Andy Thompson Photography / ATIMAGES

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Angus Council has provided an update on the roads situation across the county, following days of flood related closures.

As of 3pm on today (Saturday, January 9), the position on the roads is as follows:

A935 Brechin Castle Centre: Open.

B9127 Seggieden – Whigstreet to A90: Open.

B957 Horniecross to Tannadice: Open with temporary lights (road collapse at junction of C32).

B9113 closed at Rescobie: remains closed.

B966 at Inchbare and Edzell: Open.

Craig O Loch Road Forfar: remains closed.

U322(1) Emmock Road: closed at Dundee side.

B9134 Aberlemno Road at Carsegownie Aberlemno Village: Open.

C8 Baldovan: remains closed.

A926 Littleton of Airlie: open with temporary lights.

C35 Kilgary in dip flooded: Open.

C49 Colliston Station Road, Letham Grange: remains closed.

C34 at Pirniers Corner: passable with care.

The update comes before a yellow weather alert for rain for the area comes in to force. The Met Office has the weather alert in place from 6pm tonight until 6pm on Sunday.

The Met Office has issued a yellow weather alert for rain, that will affect some of the region through this evening.

In their latest flood outlook, SEPA’s hydrology dute manager, Nigel Goody, said: “In Dundee, Angus and Tayside minor impacts are possible on Saturday into Sunday should the heaviest rainfall affect these areas. Similarly on Sunday, minor impacts are possible in Caithness and Sutherland, Easter Ross and the Great Glen, Findhorn and Nairn and Orkney. Impacts are expected to be localised and include flooding of land and local disruption to travel.

“High waves are expected during Saturday and Sunday with localised spray and wave overtopping possible along eastern facing coastlines of the Western and Northern Isles and in particular the Moray Firth and eastern Caithness and Sutherland coastline around high tide Sunday morning.

“While a generally improving picture, members of the public should remain alert to the possibility of further flooding impacts throughout the weekend and prepare accordingly, especially if travelling. Keep up to date with the latest live flood updates or sign up to Floodline on 0345 988 1188 for the latest information on flood risk in your area.”

A flood alert is still in place for Dundee and Angus, but there is no flood warnings currently in place. To keep up to date on food alert and warnings, visit SEPA’s website.