The sunshine and high temperatures that have blessed the north and north-east during the early part of this weekend are set to change.
Weather forecasters have warned of a change of fortunes for Scotland, beginning with rain clouds blowing in from the Atlantic.
Scattered showers have already affected the Hebrides and Wester Ross and a heavier front is due to hit from around 8pm.
Temperatures in Aberdeen will remain in the high teens until the rain hits between 9-10pm.
Tomorrow weather is forecast to be similarly mixed. A clear start to the day across the north and north-east will be followed by heavy rains in the west from around 4pm.
The disappointing weather has forced the cancellation of the Mallaig and Morar Highland Games at Morar in Lochaver.
The event is traditionally held on the first Sunday of August each year.
A spokesman for the games committee said: “The forecast for gale force winds due to arrive late Saturday afternoon and continue more or less unabated through Sunday combined with heavy rain have forced us to make this decision.”