The scene near Glasgow's derelict Great Eastern Hotel which had part of its roof blown off as gale force winds and heavy rain hit parts of Scotland
The gale-force winds brought down trees across the country. In this case, in Dundee, a house roof was damaged. (Picture by Alan Richardson)
Five lorries overturned as winds reached up to 80mph. A lorry lies on its side, blown over by the wind on the M9 near Stirling
The damage at Bridge of Allan primary school in Stirling after high winds overnight saw the school roof blown off
A car near the Seabraes student flats in Dundee where a section of the roof blew off landing on cars in the car park. The building was evacuated. (Picture by Alan Richardson)
Building work at Partick train station in Glasgow's west end was hit by the winds. The weather closed roads, bridges and hit train services
Nicola Cameron from Burnside near Glasgow took this picture of a tree on a neighbour's car. Ms Cameron said she could hear the sound of a number of chainsaws in the area
John Neil, Ayrshire, said: "The tree destroyed a lot of fencing. There is notable damage to roofs in the area as well."
A tree blown over in the square in central Stirling. Work is ongoing to clear trees from roads across the country. (Picture by John Summers)
Paul Hughes, Carmunnock, said: "My back garden. Two of us were holding down the trampoline at 2am this morning while we tried to tether it to the fence."
Pete Wright was awoken at 0500 GMT by a tree resting precariously on wheelie bin just above his car.