Ferry routes on the west coast are continuing to be disrupted by strong winds battering northern Scotland.
The cancellations and delays started on Thursday as the remnant of ex-Hurricans Michael and Leslie blew across Scotland.
On Friday morning, the Mallair to Armadale CalMac route was still cancelled with 11 others subject to delays and diversions.
NorthLink have cancelled all services between Thurso and Orkney until Friday afternoon.
Motorists across Scotland are also being asked to take care when driving, especially across bridges. The Forth Road Bridge is closed to a high sided vehicles and Traffic Scotland have issued warnings for the Erskine and Skye bridges.
The A82 in Glencoe is also being affected by high winds.
A spokesman said: "Motorists travelling on the A82 in Glencoe and surrounding areas are advised to exercise extra caution due to high winds affecting driving conditions."
STV weatherman Sean Batty said the adverse weather should ease later on Friday.
He said: "The strongest winds will sweep across Scotland during Thursday evening and into Friday. We can expect winds to gust up to 60-70mph across the north and north-west. Whilst across the mainland winds will gust between 40-60mph.
"The winds will slowly ease through Friday afternoon. High spring tides are expected around western costal areas and also the Hebrides for a time during early evening and early Friday morning. During this period high and rough seas can be expected."
Use the links below to check ferry services affected by the weather.
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