Power has now been restored to all homes disconnected throughout Storm Otto on the weekend.
Greater than 60,000 have been left with out electrical energy following the extreme climate, with energy corporations sending meals vans into areas which had been cut off.
Scottish and Southern Electrical energy Networks (SSEN) mentioned they had all been reconnected by Sunday night.
Yellow climate warnings for wind coated a lot of Scotland on Friday.
The Met Workplace mentioned on Saturday that the storm had “nicely and actually cleared” however 2,000 homes in Aberdeenshire nonetheless had no energy that morning.
Round 700 extra homes had energy restored through the day, and by Sunday night all have been switched again on.
SSEN had despatched meals vans to the primary areas that have been nonetheless with out energy.
Gusts of 83mph (133km/h) have been recorded in Inverbervie, Aberdeenshire.
The storm, the primary to be named this winter, was labelled Otto by the Danish Meteorological Institute.
It was the primary named storm to immediately have an effect on the UK this storm-naming season, which started in September.
The primary storm to be named by the Met Workplace, or Irish or Dutch climate companies, this season will nonetheless be Storm Antoni, in accordance with the 2022/23 identify checklist.
The approaching week is ready to see temperatures drop.
Met Workplace meteorologist Craig Snell mentioned: “Subsequent week it’s set to flip an excellent deal colder.”
The mercury is ready to fall to single figures throughout all elements of the UK from Wednesday to Friday.