Further travel disruption is expected this week as more heavy rain and strong winds is forecasted for the north of Scotland.
Persistent heavy rain followed by showers are likely to produce some localised flooding and travel disruption on the west coast, the Met Office has warned.
Flood alerts have been issued for the north and north-east with more heavy rain forecasted.
Roads were flooded and rivers burst their banks as severe rain caused chaos throughout the north-east.
Motorists and homeowners are being urged to "be prepared" as heavy rain continues to hit the north-east.
Commuters ground to a halt last night as heavy rain battered the region - with more expected today.
Police are warning commuters to plan their journeys ahead after the inclement weather left a north-east road "impassable".
Flooding has caused chaos across the north-east for residents and motorists.
Thunderstorms and heavy rain has been forecasted for the north-east.
The north and north-east is expected to be hit with heavy rain and thunderstorms for most of today.
Watch as a motorist ploughs their way through standing water on the M25 after heavy rain. Localised flooding was reported around London after torrential downpours.
Residents of a flood hit north-east town are bracing themselves for a tough start to 2016 as flood warnings have been placed on areas of Scotland.