The Met Office severe weather warning shows that the wet weather is set to continue in to Wednesday.
Periods of heavy rain will continue across northern and northeastern Scotland through Tuesday night and into Wednesday morning. Further rainfall totals of 20-25 mm are expected with around 40 mm around some hillier districts, especially Easter Ross across the Great Glen into Moray and Speyside. Gale force winds are also expected initially across the north of these regions.
Police Scotland have said
A Yellow (Be Prepared) Warning remains in place for wind and rain in the Grampian region and agencies will monitor areas of concern throughout the period. The weather is creating high waves at seafront areas as well as localised flooding across the Grampian region.
Many of the region’s rivers are at a higher level than usual and members of the public are advised to avoid any activities which may put their safety at risk including fishing.
If you do have to venture out, take care and if you are driving, drive appropriately for the conditions