Residents in the north and north-east are now dealing with the devastating impacts caused by Storm Babet.
The storm caused widespread disruption for three days as it brought a red “danger to life” weather warning with Montrose, Laurencekirk, Brechin and Inverbervie among the towns that were affected.
An amber warning was also issued for part of the Highlands, including Dingwall, Alness, Dornoch, Golspie, Tain, Brora and Bonar Bridge.
At least three people in the UK have already died in Storm Babet.
Peterculter residents were forced to flee their homes as Storm Babet caused chaos across the region.
Helicopter crews have been searching the Marykirk area following reports of a driver stranded in floodwater. A rare severe flood warning has been issued for the area.
Rescue helicopters were also sent to the aid of oil workers at a North Sea drilling platform after it lost anchors amid Storm Babet’s furious weather.
Meanwhile in Angus, the body of a 57-year-old woman was recovered from the River South Esk.
A 56-year-old man has also died after the van he was driving was hit by a tree near Forfar, while a man in his 60s has died in Shropshire after getting caught in floodwater.
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