STORM Ciara's weekend attack on the Cowdenbeath-Lochgelly area led to plenty of flooding problems.

The heavy rain of Saturday evening and Sunday morning, augmented by heavy showers on Sunday afternoon, saw the B920 between Lochgelly and Benarty suffer heavy flooding in the stretch near Lochgelly High School and down towards the Fife Cycle Track.

Lochgelly man Derek Johnstone took these pictures and said: "The water was pouring all the way down Station Road towards the dip at Glencraig where it disappeared quickly.

"Cars and vans had to be careful how they tackled the heavily flooded parts of the road to Benarty."

The entrance road to Lochore Meadows Country Park was badly flooded and there were two huge puddles along Lochleven Road, outside the new houses to the east of Ballingry and just before the turn into Ballingry itself.

Most roads suffered from puddles forming as the strong winds and heavy showers hit the area and on the A92 drivers had to be careful with water forming on the surface of both carriageways during the heaviest of the showers.

Today's forecast for the Cowdenbeath-Lochgelly area is for mostly dry weather with a strong breeze with the danger of showers between 3pm and 4pm.