A Scots football team has shared shock pictures of their deluged stadium after heavy rains battered parts of the country.
With much of Scotland covered in snow earlier, rain has hit other regions hard today.
Turriff United, in Aberdeenshire, took to social media to share pictures of their flooded pitch, dugouts and parts of the stand at The Haughs.
Brown coloured water appears half way up pitch-side adverts while the flooding looks deep in other parts of the Highland League ground.
The club posted on Facebook simply three swearing face emjois and the hashtag "#nootherwordsneeded."
Club supporters have rallied around the stricken side and wished them the best at the repairs.
One wrote: "Every time so sad that TUFC have this happen whenever there is torrential rain.
Another added: "Again. Horrible for the club. Surely something has to be done."
Earlier today flood alerts were issued across Scotland as much of the country woke up to a winter wonderland due to overnight snowfall.
The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) said that low-lying areas in south eastern and northern parts of the country could be at risk of flooding throughout Thursday and Friday.
Alerts have been issued for six parts of the country as Storm Christoph travels north through Scotland.
Aberdeenshire, Caithness and Sutherland, Edinburgh and Lothians, Moray, Orkney and the Borders are expected to be the worst impacted by the conditions.
The warning comes as heavy rainfall and snow is expected to continue over at least the next 24 hours in many parts of the country.
Two Met Office yellow weather warnings for snow and rain remain in place for northern parts of the country over Thursday and Friday.
Gale force winds could result in blizzard-like conditions for Aberdeenshire and the Highlands throughout today.
A spokesperson for SEPA said: “Flooding from surface water, and small, fast responding watercourses is expected to affect low lying coastal areas throughout Thursday and overnight into Friday.
“This is due to persistent, and at times heavy, rainfall in coastal areas. Snow is expected to fall to low levels away from coastal areas.