A weather warning has been issued for the Fife area over high winds which are expected to batter the Kingdom over the course of tonight and tomorrow.
A Yellow warning has been issued by the Met Office due to the tail-end of Hurricane Ophelia.
By the time Ophelia reaches Scotland, however, the Met Office says it will be downgraded slightly to an ex-hurricane.
Ex-Ophelia is set to hit the Fife area between midnight tonight and 3pm tomorrow.
A Met Office Spokesman said: “Very strong winds are forecast to affect most western and some central parts of the UK during Monday.
“The main impacts are potentially on Tuesday for the Fife area with a Yellow warning for wind in place.
“These strong winds are forecast in association with the northward track of ex-Ophelia across or near to the west of the British Isles.”