Cloudy with a chance of meteorological wonders
Readers of the BBC News Scotland website have sent in images of spectacular cloud formations and sunsets.
The images were taken on Wednesday in the Highlands, Fife and West Lothian.
Clouds photographed from Holm Mains in Inverness.
Stanley Jackson said he captured reticular clouds over Lochcarron.
Clouds above Kinglassie in Fife.
A picture taken from Portobello by Joanne Baird.
Davy Gardiner took a series of images of the unusual sky over the Black Isle.
The clouds in Mr Gardiner's photographs resembled UFOs.
The sky above Inverness.
Steven Williams captured another weather feature over Ardkinglas in Argyll on Wednesday night. He said what looks like an upside down rainbow is an circumzenithal arc caused by the refraction of sunlight through horizontally-oriented ice crystals.