The UK has been battered by Storm Angus for the past few days – and so far, Scotland has escaped the worst of it.
But forecasters have warned that the heavy rain causing chaos in England and Wales today will move northwards to Scotland tonight.
A forecaster said: “Cloud thickens through the evening with strengthening winds and coastal gales. Rain and hill snow will then spread north overnight, heaviest across eastern Aberdeenshire. Minimum temperatures will be -1C.”
Tomorrow there will be strong winds with coastal gales for much of the day, rain and hill snow, mainly over Moray and eastern Aberdeenshire in the morning and becoming patchy in the afternoon. The maximum temperature will be 8C.
Later in the week it will be a “more settled period”, mostly dry with light winds and sunny spells.
In the Highlands and islands, showers will continue over the Western Isles but will be mostly dry elsewhere.
Tomorrow there will be strong winds over coasts and hills. Showers in the Western isles will die away but there is a chance of patchy rain and hill snow in the east.