Storm Dennis: Winds of up to 70mph disrupt transport network

Strong winds have led to more disruption after extreme weather flooded parts of Scotland.

The Met Office has a yellow weather warning in place for the country with high winds expected to reach about 70mph today.

It has been reported some areas have recorded gusts of 118mph.

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Delays to travel are expected across the country due to the extreme weather conditions.

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Traffic Scotland has issued warnings urging drivers to take care on roads in Falkirk and Stirling due to surface water following heavy rainfall over the weekend.

Travel disruptions are expected across Scotland's main bridges including Queensferry Crossing and Friarton Bridge where high wind warnings are in place.

Strong winds have led to more disruption in the country after extreme weather flooded parts of the country picture: GettyImages/MetOffice

The Tay Road Bridge and the Forth Bridge are currently closed to double decker buses and drivers are encouraged to take care driving across them.

Storm Dennis caused major disruptions over the weekend.

A fallen tree blocked the A82 north of Invermoriston and the final night of Aberdeen's Spectra Festival was cancelled.

Part of one of Scotland's main roads, the M8, had to close while emergency services used pumps to clear the water.

Warnings have been put in place for the A9 at Dornoch Bridge and Kessock Bridge due to high winds.

Drivers are also warned to take care when travelling across A87 Skye Bridge due to the weather conditions.


Trains from Glasgow Central via Maxwell Park and Queens Park have been cancelled due to flooding.

Emergency services had to deliver sand bags to homes in Hawick, Jedburgh and the village of Newcastleton in the Borders as heavy rain hit the area hard.