A Met Office rain warning comes into effect for Aberdeenshire today.
The warning is in place from noon to 9pm, while the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (Sepa) has also issued a flood alert for the shire and city, mainly flagging the risk of surface water.
Bus and train services will also “probably” be affected, with journey times taking longer, caused by excess water on the roads.
The Sepa website states: “Persistent and heavy rain across the south of the area on Tuesday afternoon is likely to bring minor flooding from surface water and small watercourses.
“This is likely to affect urban and developed rural areas with roads and impermeable surfaces at risk of flooding. Ponding and standing water may occur in low-lying areas along with difficult driving conditions.
“The risk of flooding from larger rivers is low, as they are expected to stay in bank.
“The greatest risk is between midday and 8pm.”
⚠️ Yellow Weather Warning issued ⚠️
Rain warning for SE Scotland
Tuesday 1200 until Tuesday 2100
Latest info 👉 https://t.co/QwDLMfRBfs
— Met Office (@metoffice) November 14, 2022
Temperatures cooling down
On Thursday last week, Scotland had one of its warmest days on record, with temperatures of around 15C.
However, across the north and north-east tomorrow, the weather will be cooler across the region today with the following highs.
- Aberdeen – 11C
- Banchory – 10C
- Elgin – 11C
- Fort William – 11C
- Inverness – 11C
- Laurencekirk – 11C
- Peterhead – 11C
- Wick – 11C