The height of the storm was felt in the afternoon, with a gust of 45mph recorded in the city and gusts of 60mph recorded in the west of Scotland.
A flash flood in Gartocher Road left a car stranded under a bridge as the city also faced heavy downpours.
But while there is still likely to be some rain today it was expected to be drier and brighter.
In Ayrshire, two people were injured after nine caravans were overturned in high winds and torrential rain.
Firefighters from Maybole and Ayr were called to the Ranch Caravan site at around 12.21pm yesterday following calls from visitors and residents.
Initial reports suggested people were trapped, but fire crews did a full search of the site and everyone was accounted for.
An elderly man and woman were taken by ambulance to Ayr Hospital after suffering cuts, bruises and slight lacerations. However, there were no reports of any major injuries.
A woman was rescued from a paddle boat in Loch Lomond after it capsized in the windy weather.
A friend helped her to Inchconnachan island and she was brought ashore by the Loch Lomond ranger service boat.
Police and fire crews reported high winds, but said there had been no other serious incidents.
However, flood and wind alerts were issued for parts of the country as heavy rain continued into the night.
Forecasters said the wind would ease today, but the rain will return later, with a chance of showers again by the weekend.
Rachel Vince, a weather forecaster for Meteogroup, warned blustery showers were expected for the rest of the week. She added: "There were some gusts of up to 60mph in very exposed areas."