The environmental agency has placed Fife under alert for coastal flooding, and has said that exposed coastal locations and low-lying land and roads are most at risk.
SEPA said: “Storm Barra is expected to affect the area on Tuesday and Wednesday and this brings with it the threat of very strong south easterly winds and heavy rain”.
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A further 10 flood alerts and 2 flood warnings have been issued across Scotland.