Join Sean on his new adventure as he travels all across Scotland.
Weatherman Sean Batty will embark on a scenic journey across the length and breadth of the country in a stunning new series.
It is called Sean's Scotland and starts on Monday at 8pm.
Viewers will follow STV's popular weather presenter, who is from Paisley, as he explores some of Scotland's most beautiful landscapes - from the wilds of Sutherland down to Dumfries and Galloway and the Isle of Colonsay across to Aberdeenshire.
Sean will be meeting people and hearing stories from all corners of Scotland.
On his travels, he meets local people to learn how Scotland's ever-changing weather affects their lives and hear about the work that goes into protecting the environment, while getting up close with the amazing wildlife that thrive on these remote shores.
In the village of Ballater, in the heart of Royal Deeside, Sean meets residents who pulled together to recover from flooding caused by Storm Frank in 2015.
He helps to build a living riverbank on the River Dee to prevent erosion and protect salmon stocks, and stops by Glenshee Ski Centre to find out how recent poor winters have affected winter sports.
Sean, a former Castlehead High School pupil,said:"Over the course of the series I'll take you on a journey to some of the most scenic parts of the country, and introduce you to lots of lovely people along the way."
Scenic journey Sean Batty is ready to take viewers on a stunning trip across Scotland