Torrential rain and thunderstorms are set to hit much of Scotland on Thursday with the threat of localised flooding.
Heavy showers will affect Edinburgh, Glasgow, Perthshire, Dumfries and Galloway and Fife on Thursday afternoon. The heaviest downpours will hit Aberdeenshire, Caithness and the Northern Isles on Thursday evening.
The rain comes after many areas of Scotland experienced flooding on Wednesday night. The worst floods took place in Ayrshire with Glasgow and Lanarkshire also reported as the wettest parts of Scotland.
Many roads and pavements experienced flooding as drains blocked overnight on Wednesday.
STV weatherman Sean Batty said June has been one of the wettest months of the year so far.
He said: "Heavy rain will spread up from the south west during the course of the day coming in from Northern Ireland where there were flooding problems on Wednesday.
"Humid air is expected help intensify the rain as it spreads into north eastern parts of Scotland this evening. The heaviest of the rain will pass central and southern Scotland during this afternoon with possible thunderstorms.
"Rain will be the heaviest by this evening over the Northern Isles and Caithness and Aberdeenshire.
"June has been a wet month across southern and eastern parts of Scotland, where the heaviest of rain is expected. It brings the possibility of flooding over the next 48 hours."
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