Foul wind and rain will persist in the north east tonight and tomorrow as weather warnings remain enforced.
Severe weather and flood warnings have been issued by the Met Office and the Scottish Environmental Protection Agency (SEPA) due to the risk of flooding in Aberdeen and south Aberdeenshire.
Winds of up to 30mph are expected throughout the night and Monday, along with an estimated rainfall of between 15-25mm.
The Met Office have enforced a yellow warning due to the risk of rivers in the north east bursting their banks.
High rain fall throughout the weekend has increased the likelihood of rivers overflowing.
Met Office meteorologist, Greg Wolverson, said: “It’s fairly low key, it’s the result of the last few days of rain. That allows the river catchments to get quite full, it doesn’t take much with them.
“The weather’s not particularly nice but not as bad as it’s been. It’s persistent rain rather than particularly hazardous rain.”
Today will remain cloudy with rain and strong winds, while weather from the east will bring brighter conditions come Tuesday
Mr Wolverson added: “It’s not particularly pleasant but not hazardous. Into the week we have got a lot of weather coming in from the east.
“On Tuesday brightness is developing, but it’s not particularly sunny, there’s scattered showers. Wednesday looks to be the better day of the week, it starts to clear, but there’s still the odd chance of a shower.”