Torrential rain and overnight flooding has forced a number of road closures across Tayside and Fife.
A notorious eastbound stretch of the A92 between Dundee and Carnoustie was shut on Sunday as the effects of a day-long Saturday deluge continued to be felt across the region.
The Ethiebeaton to Muirdrum dual carriageway has been the subject of repeated closures during heavy rain and heightened calls for action to resolve the issue.
It followed the closure of the A92 further up the Angus coast between Arbroath and Montrose, near Inverkeilor, on Saturday night.
In Perthshire the A93 stretch between Blairgowrie and Perth at Cargill was also closed.
Perth and Kinross Council took to social media to share the list of roads affected, including the A93 Blairgowrie to Perth by Cargill, the B954 Alyth to Meigle at Crathies Bridge and the C423 Aberbothrie Road A926 Alyth to Blairgowrie at New Alyth.
Sandbags have been put in place on some roads as a preventative measure, which has caused further closures in the Alyth area.
In Fife, eight roads were closed by the deluge but there appears to be no repeat of the horrendous flooding endured by householders during storm Francis in August.
High Road in East Wemyss and the Kinghorn Loch Road, both flooding hotspots, are both submerged, as is the Pitscottie to St Andrews road.
Percival Road in Buckhaven was also closed, as was the road between Thornton and the A92.
In west Fife, the B9037 at High Valleyfield is closed at Woodland Street, and the road between the B929 and Mill Farm Road in Donibristle is also shut.
Meanwhile, a fallen tree that forced the closure of part of Oriel Road in Kirkcaldy, between Strathallan Drive and Oriel Crescent, has now been removed.
The Largoward to Upper Largo road was under water for much of Saturday night but has since reopened.
The Cluny road and parts of Rosyth have also been hit.
Many other routes across the region have been affected but remain open and drivers have been warned to use extreme caution.
All of Carnoustie’s golf courses, including the world-famous Championship links, were closed on Sunday after more than two inches of rain fell on Saturday, causing the Barry Burn to burst its banks.
Head greenkeeper Craig Boath said: “A combination of near 58mm of rain and the Barry Burn bursting its banks has not helped matters.
“Once the burn level drops, the staff will get the pumps going and water cleared as soon as we can.”
Scottish Fire and Rescue Service said they had been called out to incidents in locations including Broughty Ferry and Blairgowrie on Saturday evening, but no major flood incidents were reported.