Sepa has issued a weather alert for flooding in Dundee and Angus.
The authority says the area is subject to a threat of river, surface water and coastal flooding as persistent rainfall is set to continue through Wednesday.
The alert says: “Localised flooding of land and roads and isolated property flooding is possible from rivers and surface water.
“Large waves may affect the area from Tuesday evening and on Wednesday. Isolated flooding of low lying and roads is possible around times of high tide.”
High tide in Dundee on Wednesday is at 2.45am and 3.15pm.
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