A number of roads across the North-east remain closed today due to flooding and weather damage.
These incredible timelapse videos by Farson Digital Watercams show the massive changes in water levels in the North-east's rivers.
An offshore worker whose parents were caught up in the devastating Royal Deeside floods was dealt another blow today - after his Port Elphinstone house was wrecked the same way.
Dramatic aerial photos from the air over Inverurie and Kintore show the scale of the flooding affecting the area today. The pictures, taken by Fennel Media and the Evening Express’s Darrell Benns and Cabro Aviation look south over Port Elphinstone.
Many homes in Inverurie and Port Elphinstone remain underwater this morning after the River Dons burst its banks.
A NUMBER of schools across the North-east are closed today.
HOMES in North-east towns have been evacuated due to flooding.
The damaged runway at Aberdeen Airport reopened this morning following repairs. Flights were grounded yesterday afternoon after a hole was discovered on the runway. Runway now fully open 0935hrs — Aberdeen Airport ✈ (@ABZ_Airport) January 8, 2016
The River Carron in Stonehaven is rising to potentially serious levels tonight.
Aberdeen residents have been warned to expect flooding around the Don and Dee tonight.
Services on a stretch of North-east railway line have resumed after being put on hold due to flooding.
A FLOOD warning has been issued for a seaside town today.
THE cost of clearing up the flooding aftermath will be "enormous" - but a price tag could be weeks away, officials have said.
TWO North-east communities have had their flood alert levels raised to "severe" - meaning people's lives could be at risk.
A BUSY North-east road has been re-opened today after a fallen tree blocked the road. The B977, Dyce to Fintray road between the A947 junction and Parkhill crossroads was closed for up to two hours to allow for a clean-up to take place. Aberdeenshire council workers are on the scene to remove the trees.
NEARLY 1,000 properties around the North-east have been hit by power cuts today.
The bad weather is set to continue until next week – with forecasters warning that once the rain moves on, snow and ice could arrive.
TWENTY North-east schools have been closed or are facing transport disruption today as the wet weather worsens.
A SCHOOL is today shut after parts of its roof were blown off. Glenbervie Primary School in Drumlithie has been forced to close to pupils due to high winds causing damage to the roof. As a result of the damage some of the classrooms have also been flooded.
THE North-east was battered by high winds and rain through the night as the bad weather continued.
The Met Office has upgraded its weather warning for tomorrow, with flood-damaged communities told to expect further heavy rain.
Work continued to secure the future of a 16th century flood stricken castle today.