Roads in Ayrshire towns and villages have been flooded following days of heavy rain in the region.Crosshouse, Kilmaurs and Knockentiber appear to be among the worst hit areas.East Ayrshire have confirmed that they're attending a series of incidents across the region but that river levels have returned to normal levels.Instances of standing water were reported last night and into the early hours of this morning in Mauchline, Kilmarnock, Fenwick, Crosshouse, Waterside, Kilmaurs and Knockentiber, officials have confirmed.Shock pictures of Kilmaurs Glencairn Bowling Club show the entire green submerged in water this morning.
It's understood that the flood also breached the inside of the club too.The venue sits on a peninsula which makes it surrounded by the Carmel Water.Photos of stranded cars have also appeared on social media also.Yellow weather warnings for both wind and rain were in place earlier this week.It comes as the Daily Record reports that Scots are being warned to expect further blasts of winds and downpours over the next week as the Met Office predicts a 10-day spell of wild weather.Meteorologist Alex Deaken reports the 10-day forecast will see a mix of sunshine and showers together with some pretty blustery winds.
Saturday is 'likely' to be drier for most with just a chance of a few showers in the north.Speaking to the Met Office 10 Day Trend, Alex said: "The pressure pattern for the next few days will be dominated by low pressure to the north and high pressure to the south."Plenty of isobars are on the charts, meaning it's going to stay pretty blustery.
At times we'll see these weather fronts drifting through, bringing bands of showery rain across the country."Don't miss the latest Ayrshire headlines – signRead more on dailyrecord.co.uk