SOS . . . firefighters at Sibbaldbie near Lockerbie this morning
The bad weather, which hailed from America, caused havoc across Dumfriesshire yesterday.
Dumfries and Galloway College will have to shut for a week to clear up after it was flooded.
Four primary schools – at Hutton in Boreland, Brownhall, Crossmichael and Caerlaverock – were also shut for the day due to flooding; and the Whitesands was closed yet again for most of the day due to flooding.
The B7020 Lochmaben to Annan road was impassable at Mossburn; the A75 was shut for a period in the morning at Collin due to the water and an accident; and there was a landslip on the B709 from the B723 at Eskdalemuir and flooding.
Meanwhile, roads in Moffat were closed temporarily on Tuesday due to flooding at the Hidden Corner and Oakrigg Farm.