Parts of Dundee were hit by flash flooding after a sudden downpour.
Dens Road was one of the worst affected areas, mainly the stretch of road between Main Street and the Dura Street roundabout.
Clepington Road and Hill Street were also among the streets to be flooded as well as the city centre where shoppers were caught out by the rain.
But the downpour appears to come down on a specific area of the city only, with people living near Ninewells and in Barnhill reporting that they hadn’t had any rain at all.
Some social media users even joked that the freak storms were a result of the EU referendum result.
An absolutely gorgeous day in Dundee just turned into a thunderstorm in the blink of an eye. Thanks, Leave voters. pic.twitter.com/6qKsgydWB9
— Connor Beaton (@cbeatonssp) June 24, 2016
Traffic was also disrupted by a breakdown on the A90 B960 Dens Road to Strathmartine Road with all northbound lanes closed for half an hour, but the road has now been cleared.
A90 B960 Dens Road – S'tine Road – Breakdown, All lanes closed Northbound for up to 30 minutes has been cleared. #TSIncident
— Traffic Scotland (@trafficscotland) June 24, 2016
More unsettled weather is on the cards for the weekend.