An old fishing village in Aberdeen was covered in a white foam as severe winds and rain battered the city's waterfront.
Aberdeen City Council said the sea foam was an unusual phenomenon but was not causing concern. A spokesperson added: "The spume at Footdee was blown in off the sea. It will dissipate naturally and is meantime being washed away by the rain. Members of the environment team will go and sweep the area out once the foam has cleared. There Elsewhere in Aberdeen, a clean-up operation was underway to remove dangerous trees felled by the storm. Major roads including Union Terrace and Willowbank Road were closed as a result of fallen trees and branches.
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