Flood alert has been issued for parts of the north-east and western coast today.
The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning, with heavy rain predicted and Sepa has issued flood alerts for Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, the Western Isles, Skye and the southern Highlands.
The agency has advised rivers could burst their banks and that there may be an abundance of surface water, with urban areas and the roads particularly at risk.
Skye is not covered by the yellow weather warning from the Met Office, however, as it only extends as far north as Fort William.
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From there, it covers the full western coast of Scotland down to the Solway Firth, and across to Fife in the east.
The meteorological service warns of difficult driving conditions in the area and the possibility of road closures.
The yellow warning came into effect at 3am this morning, and will continue until 9am tomorrow.
The flood alerts come two weeks after parts of the north-east were seriously affected by heavy rain during Storm Alex.