Emergency services have been battling the effects of flooding through the night, as it was revealed that a man had to be rescued from his car after driving past warning signs and becoming stranded in flood water.
Flood warnings are in place all over Tayside as torrential rain continues to batter the region.
The Scottish Environmental Protection Agency (SEPA) has placed flood alerts for Dundee, Angus and Tayside.
SEPA has issued specific warnings for flooding in several areas in Dundee, Angus and Tayside, including Logie Mill and Craigo, Kinnaird and Bridge of Dun, Finavon and Tannadice and also Brechin.
In Dundee, the Dighty Burn has burst its banks in many places. Some underpasses have become flooded and are impassible for pedestrians.
There are a further 24 warnings for the wider Tayside area.
The warnings follow severe flooding caused by Storm Frank last week, which left many stranded in temporary accommodation or without electricity.
Forecasters have predicted that rain and winds between 25mph and 30mph are expected to continue throughout the week in the Tayside area.
The temperature is also expected to drop tomorrow, while any bright spells will not be seen until at least Thursday.
A spokeswoman for Scottish Fire and Rescue Service said that they had been kept busy with different flooding calls throughout the night, including a water rescue of one man early today.
The spokeswoman said: “We have been in a few different areas throughout the night and we are still dealing with a few calls.
“We were called to Blair Atholl, Brechin and Kirriemuir.
“It affected domestic properties, so we have been doing what we can to help them deal with flood water.
“At approximately 7.10am today, we received a call out to a man who was stuck in his car at the Kinclaven Bridge in Perthshire.
“He was not able to exit his car so we responded with a water rescue team from Perth and also two local units attended the scene and offered assistance. He was removed from the car by fire fighters from one feet of water, across approximately 10m of water.
“He did not require medical attention.
“The road was closed and the driver had driven past signs alerting him to the fact it was closed.”
An elderly man also had to be rescued by the fire service from the A923 near Coupar Angus on Sunday.
A Police Scotland spokesman said that they had also been dealing with flood related calls throughout the night.
The spokesman added: “It hasn’t been the best. There are a lot of floods all over the Tayside Division.”