Fife escaped the worst of Storm Frank.
Although wind and rain swept through the region, there were no reports of road closures or weather-related disruptions to public transport.
A Cupar wall collapsed, however, after heavy rain caused a burn running through the town to swell.
The wall at East Burnside gave way at the weekend after a Boxing Day downpour.
Nobody was injured in the incident and two nearby houses under construction were not affected.
James Penman from Meiklem Drainage was involved in the clean-up operation at the Lady Burn.
He said: “The weather has been horrendous. When the wall collapsed the burn was in full spate.
“The wall is now 100% secure. They’ve started building two houses there but they are fine.”
There has been extensive work in Cupar to prevent a repeat of past floods.