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Scotland's wettest winter in 19 years

27 February 2014 Last updated at 14:43 GMT

Met Office figures show Scotland has experienced its wettest winter on record.

Average rainfall in the three months from December to February was nearly 50mm (two inches) more than the previous record set 19 years ago.

River and coastal flooding has caused misery in communities across the country.

BBC Scotland's Willie Johnston caught up with one farmer whose family was air-lifted to safety during the December floods.

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