FLOOD warnings have been issued for six areas as torrential rain continues across the Borders.

The Eddleston Water is close to bursting its banks as it approaches Peebles with land around Crossburn Caravan Park, March Street Lane, Cuddyside and Biggiesknowe most at risk.

Also in Peeblesshire the Tweed is causing concern from Drumelzier down to Dawyck.

A warning is also active for the Teviot in Hawick with Teviot Road, Teviot Crescent, and Laidlaw Terrace at risk.

Flooding is also possible along both sides of the river downstream of the cauld including Upper Common Haugh and St George's Lane.

Low-lying land between Hawick and Monteviot is also at risk.

The Ettrick is also continuing to rise with both the the B709 and B7009 roads at risk of flooding.

Properties around Angecroft, as well as Deephope and Hopehouse caravan parks are advised to take precautions.

Agricultural land next to the Jed Water between Chesters and Howden Burn is expected to flood as river levels are also rising.