FLASH floods hit West Fife after a bout of heavy rain and thunderstorms yesterday (Tuesday).

Commuters faced a difficult drive home from work, with roads across the region cut off by waterlogging.

Videos of Oakley bridge and Hilton Road in Rosyth showed deep flooding, while cars on the A994 between Crossford and Cairneyhill were forced to mount the pavement to avoid being submerged.

Queensferry Road in Rosyth was also left impassible for vehicles by torrential rain.

A yellow weather warning for rain and thunderstorms was put in place for the Kingdom between 4pm and 11pm on Tuesday, with the Met Office saying that driving conditions were expected to be affected and that flooding and short-term loss of power was likely.

The Met Office have put a further yellow warning in place for between 4am and 10am tomorrow (Thursday).

They say heavy rain will bring a chance of some flooding and disruption.