A controlled route has been opened up to a village cut off by a landslip in Tuesday’s storm.
Kylerhea, on Skye, was left isolated after mud covered more than 100m (328ft) of road.
Engineers managed to clear a route to allow residents through but said access would be limited to three hours on Tuesday and from 07:00 on Wednesday.
It followed widespread disruption across the country, brought on by heavy rain and high winds on Tuesday.
The weather has continued to hit transport links with flooding affecting rail services in Perthshire and central Scotland.
Replacement bus services were operating because of flooding near Gleneagles.
The issue affected the line between Gleneagles and Perth, which has since reopened.
ScotRail said it would continue to run replacement buses until the backlog had cleared.
There were also issues in North Lanarkshire, where water caused a signal at Blairhill to stay on red.
The problem affected services between Edinburgh and Helensburgh Central on Wednesday. Network Rail said it was using pumps to clear the area but the signalling issue was expected to affect journeys until 13:00.
Another flooding incident near Pollokshields East station suspended the Cathcart Circle service in Glasgow.
ScotRail said Tuesday’s disruption resulted in some trains being left in the wrong positions and have advised passengers to check journeys before setting out.
In Dumfries and Galloway, a flood warning for the Whitesands in Dumfries has been lifted and the route reopened.
The A713 was also badly affected and reported to be blocked due to flooding at Ken Bridge near the A712.
The A1 reopened at about 22:20 on Tuesday following the recovery of vehicles involved in earlier crashes.
Two sections of the road in East Lothian were closed for about 12 hours after lorries were blown over.
CalMac also warned of the heightened possibility of disruption due to weather conditions throughout the day.
Forth Valley Police said all roads in its area were now open, but due to the continuing wet and windy weather, drivers should take care and drive to weather conditions.
Drivers have been warned to expect colder conditions in the coming days.
The Met Office has issued warnings for ice from 18:00 on Wednesday until 10:00 on Thursday, covering the centre of the country from north to south.