Forecasters have said winds of up to 70mph could batter Tayside and Fife, bringing a possible "danger to life".
Locals across Tayside have been told to expect a deluge today as river levels surge as a result of heavy rain and snow melt.
Storm Caroline passed Tayside and Fife almost without incident yesterday despite causing winds of almost 120mph and widespread chaos across much of Scotland.
Save for the odd snowy spell and a prolonged icy period, Tayside and Fife has dodged much of the recent winter weather; but the region hasn't been so lucky in the past. Throughout the years Courier Country has endured several brutal winters. We decided to have a look back at some of the most famous ones.
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The deadly Storm Ophelia, which brought winds of almost 120mph to the Irish coast on Monday, is expected to die down as it moves into Tayside and Fife on Tuesday.
Storm Caroline is predicted to batter Tayside and Fife with winds of up to 80mph on Thursday.
An airfield in Perthshire was the coldest place in the whole of the UK as the weekend's cold snap endured into Monday.
Tayside and Fife residents have been warned to brace themselves for snow after freezing Arctic air caused temperatures to plummet overnight.