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Pictures: Powerful winds batter Scotland

Strong winds of up to 165mph battered Scotland on Thursday, in what's thought to be the country's worst storm in 10 years.
The strong winds brought down part of a factory wall in Aberdeen, damaging the cars below - luckily the drivers weren't inside.
Cars damaged by falling wall in Aberdeen, Scotland
This satellite image of the UK taken on Thursday morning shows the low pressure that caused the severe weather
Satellite image of the low pressure that caused the severe weather
The winds blew over this tree in Fife, blocking the road.
Fallen tree in Fife (photo from Craig/Anna Stephenson)
The Christmas decorations in Aberdeen came down early thanks to the powerful gusts.
Christmas lights blown over in Aberdeen's Union Street
A wind turbine at Ardrossan wind farm burst into flames because of the severe weather.
Turbine at Ardrossan wind farm bursting into flames (photo from Stuart McMahon)
Footie players from Hibernian FC had to call off their training session in Edinburgh because the wind was too strong!
Hibs players at training
Gusts of up to 165mph were recorded in what's thought to be the worst storm to hit the country in 10 years.
Waves crash against the promenade in Largs, Scotland
The winds on this motorway near Stirling were so strong it overturned this lorry.
Overturned lorry on motorway near Stirling, Scotland
It wasn't just decorations that came down. This collapsed store front in Dumbarton, Scotland, didn't stop these women from doing their shopping!
Shop front that's collapsed in Dumbarton, Scotland
It wasn't just Scotland that felt the force of the winds - this was the scene at Blackpool, England. Probably wasn't a good day to go to the beach!
Waves crash against the coast in Blackpool
Waves batter the coastline in Helensburgh in Scotland, as the country was hit by severe winds on Thursday.
Waves batter the coastline in Helensburgh, Scotland