After a weekend of being battered by Storm Ciara, Fife is continuing to feel the effects of the severe weather with a number of road closures in place.
Maitland Street in Tayport remains closed on Monday after large sections of the roof of Gregory Hall were blown off at the weekend. Emergency teams are currently at the scene working to make the building safe.
Elsewhere, a fallen tree has forced the closure of the road directly off the A985 leading to Crombie Point.
Weekend flooding is also still affecting a number of roads in the region with the A921 at Dalgety Bay and the approach road to Lochore Meadows and Country Park currently still under water.
Blizzard conditions are also hampering driving conditions in parts of Fife as the Met office issue a yellow weather warning for the Kingdom.
Fife Council says it will continue to monitor conditions after gritting main routes across Fife through the night.