Flood alerts have been issued for the north and north-east with more heavy rain forecasted.
The warning from Scottish Environment Protection Agency says persistent rainfall is likely to affect the area from Tuesday afternoon and through Wednesday.
#Flood Alerts are out for areas of North East Scotland due to persistent rainfall forecast from this afternoon. Large waves may also affect areas this evening and tomorrow. Flooding of low lying and roads is possible. Check Flood Alerts at https://t.co/jshA60LoKJ Stay #FloodAware pic.twitter.com/8X4VLshSAA
— Scottish Environment Protection Agency (@ScottishEPA) November 26, 2019
Localised flooding of land and roads and isolated property flooding is possible from smaller rivers and surface water. Large waves may also affect the area from Tuesday evening and on Wednesday. Isolated flooding of low lying land and roads is possible from wave overtopping around times of high tide.
The alerts are in place for Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Caithness, Sutherland, Easter Ross and Moray.
The Met Office said a band of rain will move northwards tonight with showers bringing the risk of hail and thunder from the south.