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Strong winds are expected to batter coastal communities in the Minch and Moray Firth tonight, the Met Office has warned after issuing a yellow alert.
(Permalink) Caledonian MacBrayne Weather

Severe weather is set to bring misery to rail passengers in the Highlands today, amid reduced speed restrictions and warnings of delays.
(Permalink) Delays Weather

Rail passengers are being warned of plans to reduce speed limits on the Kyle line during forecast rain later this week.
(Permalink) Kyle Line Weather

'Deteriorating' weather conditions in the north and north-east have resulted in Sepa flood warnings, a Met Office yellow warning and the cancellation of CalMac ferry services to the Western Isles.
(Permalink) Caledonian MacBrayne Weather

Trains in the north and north-east of Scotland are facing significant disruption due to the adverse weather conditions, with a section of track in Aberdeenshire found to be flooded and an Inverness to London train cancelled.
(Permalink) Storm Alex Weather

A forecast of high winds and heavy rain in parts of Scotland today has prompted an Amber weather warning from the Met Office. In response to this, Scotlands Railway will put in place a blanket 40mph speed restrictions covering the affected routes from 16:00 today. We'll also implement a controlled shut-down of the network in these areas from approximately 19:00 tonight.
(Permalink) Storm Alex Weather

Safety speed limits will be imposed on trains between London Euston and Lancashire this weekend. Passengers to expect journeys to take longer and urged to check before travelling. Ensuring the safety of passengers and railway staff is the priority

(Permalink) Storm Alex Weather

A landslide has shut part of a world-renowned Scottish rail line - a day after another slip has lead to the closure of an iconic Highlands road.
(Permalink) Bridge of Orchy Caledonian Sleeper Landslide ScotRail Weather West Highland Railway cancellations

ScotRail, Caledonian Sleeper and freight services on the West Highland Line have been affected.
(Permalink) Bridge of Orchy Caledonian Sleeper Landslide ScotRail Weather West Highland Railway cancellations

severe weather will impact rail services between Kyle of Lochalsh and Inverness, ScotRail has warned. The rail operator has advised passengers that recent rough weather has necessitated the cancellation of some Monday morning services between the Highland capital and Lochalsh. 'Due to severe weather, services on our Oban/Mallaig & Kyle of Lochalsh routes will be disrupted tomorrow morning [Monday],' said a spokesman.
(Permalink) Inverness Kyle of Lochalsh Mallaig Oban Weather cancellations

Adverse weather is currently causing issues across the travel network with trains and ferries disrupted due to heavy rainfall and high winds.
(Permalink) Weather cancellations

Scots train journeys have been axed and roads have been closed amid heavy rainfall and extreme flooding. ScotRail confirmed that a number of routes in Ayrshire had been disrupted by severe weather.
(Permalink) Weather

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