Strong winds and heavy rain caused problems for travellers at the weekend and more bad weather is forecast this week.
The A83 Rest and Be Thankful re-opened at 8am after a safety inspection, but closed again at 5pm with further rainfall expected.
The weather also forced some ferry services to be delayed or cancelled and the Highland League Cup final between Rothes and Buckie Thistle had to be postponed on Saturday due to Kynoch Park in Keith being waterlogged.
The A83 route is being kept under review following almost a week of heavy downpours in the area where more than 5in of rain has fallen.
The road was closed from 6pm on Saturday due to rain forecast overnight and difficulties in completing monitoring on the hillside for any sudden changes in conditions during darkness.
It re-opened today under traffic light control following a safety inspection. But with further rain expected across Argyll tonight and into this morning, it was shut again as a safety precaution.
Vehicles were convoyed along the local diversion using the Old Military Road (OMR) which runs parallel to the A83 through Glen Croe.
Eddie Ross, BEAR Scotland’s north west representative, said: “We’re putting road user safety first and the route will be kept under careful review with teams continuing to monitor the conditions in the area as well as the hillside above the road. Given the level of rainfall experienced over the past week, we have retained the OMR local diversion in a state of readiness.
“We are continuing to install mitigation measures at the A83 and we will endeavour to do all we can to keep disruption to a minimum. As ever we thank road users and the local community for their patience while we continue this work at the Rest.”
The road has been closed repeatedly in recent weeks, following a significant landslip in August – when huge boulders and thousands of tonnes of debris crashed down the hillside.
Traffic Scotland has warned motorists to use caution crossing the A87 Skye Bridge due to high winds affecting driving conditions.
With no improvement in weather conditions, Caledonian MacBrayne cancelled ferry services between Fionnphort and Iona and also the link between Mallaig and the Small Isles due to a forecast of strong winds gusting up to 47mph.
Poor conditions also led to the MV Hebrides departing Uig about 45 minutes late for its sailing to Lochmaddy, while the ferry company warned some other services were to disruption or cancellation due to adverse conditions.
Meanwhile, forecasters predict a wet first half of this week, with further wet and windy weather at the weekend and next week, although there are currently no flood warnings in place in Scotland.
Weather watchers are also monitoring Hurricane Epsilon which has formed in the Atlantic, and its remnants are expected to affect parts of the UK.