A community hall roof was blown off and roads were flooded and blocked across Fife as Storm Ciara raged.
The Gregory Hall in Tayport lost a large section of its roof as the wind gusted on Sunday afternoon.
People were warned to take care around the building in Broad Street in case any other part of the structure came loose.
Due to a high volume of calls to Fife Council’s emergency team it was unknown when the roof would be inspected or repaired but barriers were to be erected around the hall.
Trees came down in several places, including Oriel Road, in Kirkcaldy, and on the B969 in Glenrothes near the River Leven Bridge.
The area around Syme Place, in Rosyth, was badly flooded again on Saturday, with several cars partially submerged.
Also flooded were the A912 near Falkland and Station Road, in Lochgelly, by the high school.
Lochore Meadows Country Park access road was like a lake and visitors to the park were warned against driving onto the grass to get by.
If visiting the park today please be aware that the road is badly flooded. Please do not drive on the grass.
Severe gale force winds forced the closure of the Forth Road Bridge on Sunday and double decker buses were prohibited from using the Queensferry Crossing.