Residents of a busy Aberdeen street were left sweeping away knee-deep water from their front doors today.
Residents have been evacuated from flooded properties and cars were stranded in water following heavy rain in the north-east.
Residents have been rescued from flooded properties and motorists from cars stranded in water following heavy rain in the north east.
Roads across the north-east have been left under water due to the torrential rain.
Forecasters can predict when a tornado is likely to hit in the UK with more accuracy thanks to a new computer model.
Weather warnings have been issued as a storm is expected to bring gale force winds and heavy showers to southern parts of the UK on Wednesday.
A European storm is expected to bring windy conditions and some heavy rain to southern parts of the UK on Wednesday, the Met Office has said.
The UK had its wettest day on record after Storm Alex hit earlier this month, with enough rain falling to more than fill Loch Ness, the Met Office has said.
The north-east was hammered by "never-ending" downpours over the weekend, with some areas seeing a month's worth of rain and others breaking records nearly a century old.
Aberdeen City Council has offered advice to residents following a Scottish Environment Protection Agency (Sepa) flood warning for Riverside Drive.
Storm Alex threatens road network across north and north-east with A83 to close on Saturday afternoon
Preparations are being put in place as heavy rainfall expected this weekend threatens to hamper roads across the north and north-east.
Storm Alex is due to batter the north-east this weekend, with the Met Office now issuing an amber warning for the region and SEPA raising awareness of potential flooding risk.
Heavy rain and wind is set to lash the UK this week as storms move in from Europe.
The autumn equinox will take place today, signalling an end to the sunny weather.
Aberdonians flocked to beaches and parks to make the most of what weather experts believe was the last weekend of summer.
Britons are set to bask in 26C (78.8F) temperatures to finish the weekend, as police forces around the country continue to warn people to comply with coronavirus restrictions.
A “very limited” part of England’s south coast has seen a mid-September heatwave after three days of hot conditions, the Met Office has said.
Parts of the UK are on track to record a heatwave this week as temperatures soared above 30C (86F) on Tuesday.
People should report their neighbours to the police if they breach the new “rule of six” coronavirus restrictions, a Home Office minister said.
A Home Office minister is encouraging people to contact police if they see their neighbours not complying with new coronavirus restrictions as the “rule of six” comes into force.
The UK is set to bask in temperatures of more than 30C this week, as summer heat returns.
The coronavirus “rule of six” came into force in England on Monday, meaning any social gatherings of more than six people will break the law.
Trains between Aberdeen and Inverness have been cancelled today.
The UK will see a north-south split in terms of weather over the weekend – the last before more stringent coronavirus restrictions come into effect.
Despite being hit by a “major summer heatwave” the UK saw below average sunshine for the season, the Met Office has said.
Aiden will be the first storm to blow in across the UK and Ireland this winter, according to the new list of names for this year’s strongest weather systems.
Temperatures plunged to just above freezing on the last day of summer as the UK heralded the coming of autumn with a chill in the air.
Low temperatures will end a month of “extreme” weather in the UK, which has included two named storms, a heatwave, and the hottest August day recorded in 17 years.
Thunderstorms are forecast to hit parts of the UK ahead of the bank holiday weekend as the wet and windy end to August continues.
Wind speeds have broken August records in parts of England and Wales as Storm Francis batters the UK with strong gusts and heavy rain.