AN AMBER weather warning for more rain was today issued for the North-east.
The Met Office has issued the warning which will last until 11.55pm tomorrow.
Rain will become heavier once again later on today and lasting much of tomorrow, before it eases again.
The rain is not expected to be as intense as recently but North-east residents are being warned to stay away from already flooded areas and park cars away from low lying areas as the saturated ground could flood again.
By late Monday many areas look set to receive 40-80mm of rain with some on high ground receiving 100-150mm.
Sepa also issued a flood warning for Aberdeen last night with the River Dee expected to peak upstream.
The river levels were expected to be high around 7pm during high tide.
There was a risk of flooding to low lying areas adjacent to the River Dee and Riverside Drive.
Aberdeen City Council has closed Duthie Park car park to vehicles.
A flood warning is also in place for Ballater as precaution as river levels are predicted to rise again in response to persistent rainfall.
Aberdeenshire Council is leading the recovery response in Ballater following Storm Frank and work is ongoing to return residents to their homes.
The A93 between Ballater and Braemar remains closed until repairs can be carried out.
The Invercauld Bridge is closed to vehicles and will be for some weeks.
Due to flood warnings the River Feugh, the B974 Cairn O’Mount has been closed between the AA box and the Feughside Inn.
The B974 Strachan to Fettercairn road has also been closed.