HOMES, roads and coastal areas felt the impact of heavy rain and strong winds as many parts of Caithness experienced severe flooding.
Extreme weather made its prescence felt across the county on Sunday as rivers burst their banks along with heavy rain causing flooding in towns and villages in the far north.
Halkirk was the worst affected residential area as several fire crews were called out to Church Street to pump water out of the street and from homes.
At least one house on the street was flooded with water entering the house as the drainage system struggled to cope.
In Wick, Harbour Road between Wick Harbour and Bexley Terrace was closed off to the public after a landslide occurred when part of a cliff collapsed on to the road.
Police closed off the road and harbour staff had to ask photographers taking pictures to leave areas which were being hit by giant waves for their own safety.
In Watten, fields were left submerged as the river burst its banks and roads were also under inches of water.
Despite the fields being flooded, homes in the village escaped any damage.
Most of Thurso escaped flooding but The Dammies football pitch, home to Thurso FC, was left almost completely waterlogged.
A number of areas surrounding the football pitch were also covered in deep puddles of water.
In Castletown, motorists were forced to slowly negotiate their way through flooding on the B876 in the village as the drainage system failed to cope.
Residents in Harland Road also saw their street flooded as people were forced to wear wellington boots to wade through the water to reach the village and get to their vehicles.
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