Heavy rain has caused flooding and disruption across parts of Scotland.
Flood warnings remain in place for much of south, central and eastern areas of the country, with particular warnings in place for Crieff and Lochlane in Tayside.
Edinburgh has been worst affected so far with road closures and flooding in the Usher Hall, where firefighters spent an hour pumping water out of the venue.
A viewing area set up for the end of festival fireworks this weekend has also been cancelled due to waterlogging in Inverleith Park. The council has decided Waverley Bridge will instead be closed to traffic and used to watch the fireworks at Edinburgh Castle on Sunday night.
A section of the country's busiest motorway was closed for around two hours near Airdrie due to an accident during heavy rain.
The incident has now been cleared but police said delays were expected for football fans travelling on the road to Celtic's Champions League play-off match with Helsingborgs.
In the south of the country, drivers have been asked to avoid a stretch of the A7 after floodwaters swept debris across the route, leaving it in a "dangerous state".
Rocks are being cleared from the area at Auchenrivock near Langholm and Dumfries and Galloway Constabulary said more rainfall and potential flooding was expected.
Two men have been taken to Edinburgh Royal Infirmary after a crash on the road involving a car and a small lorry. The men, who were both travelling in the car have been taken to Edinburgh Royal Infirmary with neck injuries.
Drivers on the Western Isles have also been advised to take care by police. Northern Constabulary said all roads remain open but surface water was making conditions difficult.