Parts of Dundee are on alert as the Dighty Burn has burst its banks at several points.
Pouring rain over the last few days has caused the burn to swell, causing treacherous conditions.
Drumgeith, Fairfield and Finlathen Parks have been left saturated with water swelling over on to the grass.
In Douglas, flood water is just yards away from the back of properties on Balunie Drive with water from the burn covering a footpath.
Meanwhile the Fithie Burn, at Drumgeith Road, resembles white water rapids with water gushing underneath the road.
Residents further along the burn at Monifieth have also reported higher than usual water levels.
Dighty burn at monifieth.
Posted by Gail Hill on Monday, 4 January 2016
Dundee and Angus has been placed under a flood warning by the Scottish Environmental Protection Agency (SEPA).
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.