A man has died after a tree fell on his car during the prolonged spell of rain and wind that has plagued Tayside in the past 24 hours.
The incident happened before 8pm yesterday.
A police statement said: “Police Scotland can confirm that a man has sadly died after a road traffic incident on A85 approximately two miles east of Gilmerton last night.
“Next of kin have been informed and further details will be released in due course.”
Shielhill Road at Kirriemuir Golf Club is closed for the foreseeable future after a tree fell onto the carriageway.
PC Barrie Taylor tweeted: “Many other trees down around Kirrie, be careful out there. A tad blustery.”
Shielhill Rd at Kirriemuir Golf Club closed for the foreseeable. Many other trees down around Kirrie, be careful out there. A tad blustery pic.twitter.com/cQOWdALhR5
— PC Barrie Taylor (@KirriePC) June 7, 2017
A tree has also fallen close to Ashludie Grange in Monifieth.
Yesterday a tree limb came down early in the morning, forcing the temporary closure of Camperdown Wildlife Centre.
The Met Office issued a yellow warning for heavy rain across Dundee, Tayside and Fife.
The warning is valid until midday today, with conditions expected to improve this afternoon.