The North-east could be on course for its wettest winter ever.
According to the Met Office, Aboyne had 195 millimetres (7.7 inches) of rain from the start of January to 7am on January 8.
Fyvie had 183.2mm (7.2in), Craibstone 146.8mm (5.8in) and Dyce 145.6mm (5.7in).
An average winter – December, January and February – in Aberdeenshire sees 266.2mm (10.5in) fall.
December 2015 saw 200.1mm (7.9in) of rainfall recorded.
The wettest winter was 1915/16 with 472.6mm (18.6in) and in second spot was 2013/14 with 456.2mm (18in).
A Met Office spokeswoman said: “We can conclude it certainly is shaping up to be a very wet winter.”