People in Aberdeen are being warned to move their cars off of a city street ahead of an expected second day of flooding.
Aberdeen City Council made a plea to anyone parked on Riverside Drive to move their cars by 1.30pm yesterday and this morning has repeated its call.
Today’s localised flooding is not expected to be as bad as yesterday’s, watch our video above to see for yourself, but some problems are expected around high tide at 1.30pm.
LOCALISED FLOODING WARNING – Parked cars on Riverside Drive are again today advised to move as localised flooding is expected on the road this afternoon at high tide although predicted not as bad as yesterday. We are on standby to close road if needed. https://t.co/6juFjQ7haT pic.twitter.com/AE4LshO7yq
— Aberdeen City Council (@AberdeenCC) January 15, 2020
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