Heavy rain is set to hit the north-east this week, according to the Met Office.
Forecasters say thunderstorms could strike the north-east, with up to 40mm of rain falling on the region within a matter of hours – and have urged residents, drivers and traders to be prepared.
North-east residents basked in some of the hottest temperatures in Scotland – with highs of 27.3C (81.1F) recorded at Fyvie Castle.
Police are urging motorists to take extra caution after the Met Office issued another weather warning for north-east.
A forecast of heavy rain in the north-east has postponed roadworks on a stretch of the A90.
A Met Office warning for heavy rain across the north-east is still in place.
North-east military staff are dressed in combat uniform to prepare for the risk of flooding.
Winter has returned to the north-east with snow falling in parts of Aberdeenshire.
The north-east recorded gusts of nearly 60mph as Storm Gareth hit.
A warning for heavy rain across the Highlands and parts of Aberdeenshire has been issued by the Met Office.
The Met Office has released their weekend forecast giving a more detailed look at what the weather has in store for us.
The Met Office have released their 10-day forecast, which looks at the expected weather from now, through the weekend and into next week.
Experts have warned the weather is set to deteriorate again.
Drivers have been urged to take care after a string of roads in Aberdeen were hit by flooding.
A weather warning has been issued for the north-east.
Jools Holland fans have spoken of their outrage after security staff at the Aberdeen’s top music venue confiscated hundreds of umbrellas as torrential rain swept across the north-east.
The Met Office has issued a weather warning for wind and rain for part of the north-east.
A flood alert has been issued for Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire.
The Met Office has issued a warning for heavy rain and thunderstorms for parts of Scotland.
A flood alert has been issued for the North-east.
Further torrential rain and thunderstorms are set to hit Northern Ireland and Scotland as the severe weather sweeps up across the UK.
Travellers face disruption during Friday’s morning rush hour after torrential rain and thunderstorms lashed parts of the country – with forecasters warning that more severe weather is on the way.
A warning for thunderstorms has been issued for large parts of the north-east ahead of a packed weekend events calendar.
A weather warning has been extended across the North-east tomorrow, as the Beast from the East’s grip loosens.
A weather warning for rain and snow has been issued for parts of the North-east.
A warning for snow and ice has been issued for the entire North-east.
Tiny particles known as aerosols can influence powerful storms and are “diminutive downpour makers”, researchers have found.
New Year revellers will have to brace themselves for a wet and windy start to 2018.
A weather warning for heavy rain has been issued for parts of Scotland.
Rain is expected across all areas of the North-east this weekend.