Wind and rain battered Courier Country with the Tay Road Bridge and Friarton Bridge both closed to high sided vehicles on Wednesday morning.
The Forth Road Bridge and Clackmannanshire Bridge are also closed to high sided vehicles and a flood alert has been issued for parts of Tayside.
Commuters face a wet and windy morning journey with a yellow ‘be aware’ weather warning still in place for Perth and Kinross.
The A85 Methven to Crieff road was partially blocked around 7.20am due a fallen tree, while areas of Bankfoot were flooded after the Garry Burn burst its banks.
A flood alert has been issued by the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) for Tayside.
Streets have been flooded in Bankfoot after a local burn burst its banks, with Nicoll Drive among those affected.
Flood warnings issued for the following areas: the Upper Tay, Innerpeffray to Bridge of Earn, Logierait to Victoria Bridge, Glen Lyon, Crieff to Innerpeffray, Carse of Lennoch to Lochlane, Bridge of Ruthven to Leitfie, Ballinluig to Logierait and Almondbank.
Parts of Scotland could be battered by winds of up to 90mph today as Storm Georgina arrives.
A gust of 60mph was recorded on South Uist overnight, and 54mph at Port Ellen on Islay.