Heavy rain has brought flooding to parts of Scotland and Wales, setting off landslides and forcing people from their homes.
Flood warnings are still in place in much of the north and east of Scotland, but the rains have passed over Wales.
About 100 people in the Aberdeenshire village of Huntly have been taken to safety after a river burst its banks.
And many homes in Stonehaven have been abandoned as the centre of town is underwater.
About 30 people had to spend the night in a temporary shelter in Keith because the A941 road was shut by a landslip.
And footy fans were a bit washed out too - the SPL match between Dundee United and Rangers was cancelled because of the rain.