David Faichney, SEPA Duty Flood Manager, said:
"We are seeing an improving situation as the impacts of Storm Callum reduce with the main band of rain moving through by the end of the afternoon.
Today potential impacts will be focused across southern Scotland with some risk of river and surface water flooding in Dumfries and Galloway and the Scottish Borders. A lower risk of river and surface water impacts is also present across Fife, Edinburgh and the Lothians. Typical impacts could include travel disruption and flooding of low-lying land and roads. There will still be rain in some parts overnight into Sunday.
As of Saturday morning the number of Flood Alerts has reduced, with two in place for Dumfries and Galloway and Scottish Borders.
Two Flood Warnings have been issued for Upper Tay and Ballinluig to Logierait."
"SEPA will continue to monitor rainfall, river and coastal levels, and is in close contact with the Met Office and other partners to review the forecasts and Flood Alerts and Warnings. We encourage members of the public to remain vigilant and follow the advice of emergency services. The most up-to-date flood messages are always available on SEPA’s website and via our Floodline service on 0345 988 1188.
You can also sign up to receive specific notifications for your area by signing up to Floodline via the phone number or visiting our website."