The A83 will remain closed overnight after a landslide at Rest and Be Thankful as heavy rain and strong winds battered Scotland.

The notorious stretch of road is closed in both directions until Wednesday, forcing drivers on a 60-mile detour.

Motorists are being diverted to the A85, which was also closed for several hours on Tuesday due to an accident. 

Tuesday's bad weather caused travel disruption across the country, with roads, rail and ferry services all affected.

Flood warnings were in place in Strathglass and Strath Oykel in the north, and a further nine flood alerts covered areas including central Scotland, Tayside and Dumfries and Galloway.

Vehicles in Oban were submerged in water after low-level flooding.

Motorists faced delays after a four-car crash on the westbound M8 at Arkleston and a further collision involving four vehicles restricted travel on the approach to the Kingston Bridge in Glasgow.

There was a lane closure on the eastbound A92 near Cowdenbeath in Fife, again due to a four-vehicle incident.