STAFFIN, like the rest of the west Highlands, has been battered by gales and heavy rain in a period of weather dubbed a “weatherbomb”.
Both the Kilmartin and Brogaig rivers were deluged with water, while drains and other watercourses were struggling to cope with the volume of rain, and overflowed in some areas. Two cargo vessels were anchored near to the Slipway presumably seeking shelter.
A flood alert warning of coastal flooding in Skye was issued by the Scottish ...Continue Reading ? Share