The north of Scotland remains on alert following a day of flooding caused by heavy wind and rain.
The Scottish Environmental Protection Agency (SEPA) flood warnings are in place for Caithness, Sutherland, Easter Ross and the Great Glen.
Flood alerts are in place in Wick, Helmsdale, Embo, Lybster and Dunbeath, and on the River Carron and Strath Oykel.
Rosemarkie, Avoch, Balintore, Rockfield, Balintore, Portmahomack – and towns and villages surrounding them – as well as the Beauly Firth, are also still on alert.
Flood warnings for Orkney and Shetland are no longer in place.
The Sepa alerts indicate that flooding is expected and “immediate action” is required.
Stonehaven’s sea walls were yesterday battered by furious waves which flooded the town’s beachfront, and sparked the evacuation of elderly residents from a sheltered housing scheme.
However, a police spokeswoman today said: “There aren’t any coastal issues at the minute, but there are a number of flood warnings still in place.”
The Met Office has warned that “driving conditions will remain hazardous” with periods of heavy rain still expected across the north of Scotland.
However, the rain is expected to ease throughout the day.