Scotland is bracing for winds of up to 70mph as Storm Hector approaches.
Forecasters have issued a fresh warning of heavy rain and thunderstorms for Tayside and Fife on Sunday.
Coastal areas across Courier Country may escape a "torrential" downpour which is predicted to bring thunderstorms and flooding to Scotland.
Strong winds, heavy rain and cold temperatures have swept over much of the UK just days after Britons basked in a short-lived heatwave.
Parts of Britain could experience a month’s worth of rainfall as the country prepares for a soggy start to the week.
Plummeting temperatures could see rain turn into snow as some parts of the UK prepare for a wet start to the week.
Tayside and Fife is predicted to be hit by "heavy hail" and snow next week as "blizzard conditions" move into Scotland.
Forecasters have said winds of up to 70mph could batter Tayside and Fife, bringing a possible "danger to life".
Police and Met Office warnings for Tayside drivers as freezing temperatures to cause “difficult” conditions
Forecasters have warned that freezing temperatures will lead to "difficult" driving conditions across Tayside from Thursday evening into Friday morning.
Drivers in Tayside and Fife have been warned that snow could disrupt travel as low April temperatures continue.