A building has collapsed and roads have flooded as strong winds and heavy rain sweep in across parts of Scotland.
The Met Office has issued yellow weather warnings throughout the weekend as Storm Aiden moves in from the west.
On Saturday morning, Argyll and Bute Council warned that a building had collapsed in Helensburgh.
The A814 East Clyde Street, between Sinclair Street and Maitland Street, has now been cordoned off with diversions put in place.
There have been no reports of any injuries.
Meanwhile, a key route through Argyll has been closed due to flooding.
The A83 Rest and Be Thankful has been closed alongside its diversion route, Old Military Road (OMR).
Motorists now face a 60-mile diversion.
A spokesperson from BEAR NW Trunk Roads said: “The OMR local diversion route is currently closed due to flooding from the river in the area.
“Teams are investigating the situation to ensure the OMR opens as quickly as possible.
“In the meantime, traffic is being diverted via the A82/A85 and A819.”
Police have also warned about flooding in Dunoon and the surrounding areas.
A force spokesperson from the Argyll and West Dunbartonshire division warned that the A815 was particularly affected with the additional hazard of leaves hiding the “true depth of any water”.
Motorists have been urged to take extra time for journeys and to drive to the conditions “not the speed limit”.
A runaway trampoline brought a ScotRail train to a stop near Queens Park in Glasgow on Saturday afternoon.
A spokesperson said services would be temporarily suspended while workers removed it from the railway line.
Meanwhile, due to waves crashing over the sea wall in Saltcoats, North Ayrshire, Network Rail Scotland has had to switch off the overhead lines as the spray was tripping the power supply.
A diesel train has now been put into service to keep passengers moving through the area.
A number of bridge restrictions have also been put in place due to high winds.
Due to the high winds, Itison has cancelled Saturday night’s GlasGLOW event at Glasgow’s Botanic Gardens.
Heavy rain is expected to batter parts of Scotland until 7pm on Saturday. A yellow weather warning has been put in place across Argyll and Bute, Ayrshire, Dumfries and Galloway, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Stirlingshire, Clackmannanshire, Perthshire, and parts of Aberdeenshire and western Highlands.
Strong winds are also expected to sweep in until 9pm on Saturday. Areas across the west coast, including the Hebrides, are expected to be worst hit.
On Sunday, a wind warning across the Hebrides and western Highlands has been put in place between 12pm and 9pm.
Scots have been warned to prepare for power cuts, flooding and problems with public transport.
The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (Sepa) has issued a number of flood alerts.
Mark Franklin, Sepa’s flood duty manager, said: “Heavy rain and strong winds are expected across much of Scotland on Saturday and Sunday.
“Flooding impacts from rivers and surface water are possible across much of the south west and west of Scotland, including Argyll, much of central Scotland and extending across Tayside into Angus and Aberdeenshire.
“Impacts may include flooding of land and roads, disruption to travel and difficult driving conditions.
“There may also be disruption from spray and waves overtopping today along the Solway coast, west coast, the Caithness, Sutherland and Moray coastlines and around the Orkney and Shetland Islands.
“Flood alerts have been issued and people living, working and travelling in affected areas are advised to take extra care and ensure they have signed up to Floodline.”