A yellow weather warning is in place today for the north of Scotland.
Thunderstorms could bring a month’s worth of rain to parts of the UK, before the hottest temperatures of the year so far bring a balmy end to June.
The UK is set to be hit by more thunderstorms and rain as unsettled weather continues.
More weather warnings have been put in place as thunderstorms, torrential rain and flooding look set to batter parts of the UK again.
Heavy rain is predicted to lash parts of the UK again as flood-hit communities continue to clear up after last week’s downpours.
Fans of Highland Games events are in for a double helping of entertainment this weekend as a pair of the traditional celebrations are held in the north-east.
Sir Rod Stewart was forced to cancel his sell-out Aberdeen concert at the 11th hour as high winds and rain battered the north and north-east.
Multiple weather warnings and flood alerts remain in place across the UK as heavy rain continues to cause disruption across the country.
Heavy rain has caused disruption across the country, with rail users worst hit.
Weather warnings are in place across the UK as torrential rain continues for another day.
A record third game at the World Cup was abandoned as inclement weather led to Sri Lanka suffering their second washout in a row against Bangladesh in Bristol.
Downpours have hit parts of the UK but the heaviest rain is still to come, forecasters have warned.
Some parts of the country could see a month’s worth of rainfall in a single day with the wet weather to last well into the week.
Stormy weather continued to batter the north-east yesterday with more than 20 roads forced to close due to severe flooding.
It was a rough day for people in the north east as torrential rain and fierce winds battered the region.
The Met Office has issued a weather warning for wind and rain for parts of the north-east.
Forecasters have predicted heavy rain and thunderstorms across the north of Scotland this weekend as the UK prepares for some of the hottest temperatures on record.
Rain didn't stop this pipe band from playing in front of a home crowd at the weekend.
Scotland’s stretch of summery weather may come to an abrupt end today with torrential rain and flood risks forecast for much of the country.
Work has begun to clear the latest landslip affecting a tiny north-east community.
Commuters faced rush hour delays of more than half an hour after thick fog descended upon the north-east yesterday morning.
Homes have been left perilously close to a cliff after tonnes of rubble came crashing down the slope in a landslide.
A woman was last night recovering after her car skidded from a flooded Aberdeenshire road.
A Highlands road has been closed off after heavy flooding caused a portion of the carriageway to "wash away".
Heavy rain yesterday left one main route closed overnight and several cars in ditches and fields across Aberdeenshire.
Scotland has had one of its wettest Junes on record, with some areas in the north seeing more than twice the average rainfall.
VIDEO: Heavy rain and flooding causes chaos across the north-east as rail, roads and schools fall victim to downpour
Heavy rain and flooding caused chaos across the north-east today as rail services, roads and schools fell victim to an unseasonable downpour.
Forecasters have warned of heavy rain and flooding across the north today and motorists brace for travel disruption.
Key work on the Aberdeen bypass has been postponed this weekend - due to a forecast for torrential rain and flooding across the north-east.
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While residents in Dumfries and Galloway woke to a blanket of snow, those in other parts of the UK were battling flash floods, freezing temperatures and strong winds.
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Residents were left terrified when freak flash floods submerged their street with two feet of water in less than 20 minutes.