A flood warning has been issued for Arbroath town centre.
The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (Sepa) says Hume Street, Brothock Bridge, Old Shore Road, Dens Road, Lindsay Street, Lady Bridge and Marketgate are the areas most at risk.
Heavy rainfall battered Angus throughout the day and river levels are expected to rise throughout the evening.
Sepa said flooding around Hume Street, Brothock Bridge and Old Shore Road will be “localised” and most obvious around culverts.
The warning states: “A flood warning has been issued for Arbroath. River levels in this area are rising following the heavy rainfall that fell during Friday.
“Levels are expected to remain high due to further showers during the evening.
“Localised flooding likely to be evident around culverts in Arbroath particularly Hume Street, Brothock Bridge and Old Shore Road.
“There is also a risk to roads, industrial and residential properties in Dens Road industrial complex, Lindsay Street, Lady Bridge and Marketgate areas.
“Further information will be issued when appropriate.”
On Friday night one local who lives near Arbroath’s Marketgait, and whose property neighbours the Brothock Burn, said she had “never seen the water so high before”.
It comes as severe flooding hit roads across Tayside and Fife, with the A92 Dundee to Montrose road left covered in water.
Flood warnings have also been issued for Comrie, Innerpeffray to Bridge of Earn, Glen Lyon, Crieff to Innerpeffray, Carse of Lennoch to Lochlane, and Bridge of Ruthven to Leitfie.