The ferocious winds brought by Storm Brendan did not miss Moray, though the region's unique micro-climate offered some protection.
A north-east road has been blocked by a fallen tree amid high winds in the region this afternoon.
The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning as strong winds of up to 70mph are expected to hit parts of the Highlands and Moray tomorrow.
The moment a lorry toppled over due to high winds and crushed the front of a police car has been captured on dashcam.
People travelling in the north and north-east of Scotland today are likely to experience delays due to extremely windy weather.
Winds of up to 80mph are predicted to hit the north-east and Moray today, battering areas until tomorrow morning.
The north is set for four inches of snow over the course of today and tomorrow as winter weather continues to sweep the country.
A Harris family had a lucky escape after a two-and-a-half tonnne shipping container was blown over by gale-force winds, narrowly missing their house.
High winds and rain persisted in the north over the weekend, causing travel disruptions for many.
Roads were closed and ferries and planes cancelled as the tail end of a huge hurricane hit the north east yesterday.
Weather experts have confirmed the remnants of Hurricane Gonzalo could hit the Western Highlands next week.