Roads were closed overnight in East Dunbartonshire as a result of Storm Henry which brought gusts of wind over 90mph in some areas of Scotland.
A fallen tree on Campsie Road at Torrance was cleared away during the night and the road re-opened at 7am this morning (Tuesday, February 2).
Glasgow Road has now been re-opened after it was closed due to a serious accident near the Stables pub.
People are being warned to take car on the roads as there may be debris as a result of the storms.
A Met Office amber “be prepared” alert for high winds covering most of the country is in force until Tuesday morning.
Forecasters said winds of 70-80mph were expected widely, with 90mph gusts possible in exposed areas, especially in the west.
Restrictions have been put in place on bridges across Scotland and a number of train services have been suspended.
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