The Met Office has upgraded the weather warning for the east of Scotland to red, from 3pm today until 2am tomorrow morning (November 27).
It comes as Storm Arwen batters the coast with high winds reaching speeds of up to 90mph.
The red warning covers parts of Edinburgh and the Lothians, Fife, Dundee, and Aberdeen.
There is also a yellow weather warning in place for wind and snow across the east coast of Scotland.
What a red warning from the Met Office method
– A risk of danger to life from flying debris
– Damage to buildings and homes, with roofs blown off and strength lines brought down
– Roads, bridges and railways lines could be closed
– Delays and cancellations on bus, aim ferry sets, and flights
– strength cuts which could affect other sets, such as mobile phone coverage
– Large groups and debris causing destruction to seaside similarities and roads
Edinburgh weather: UK weather forecast for snow from the Met Office in Edinburgh…
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