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Strong winds warning for Scotland

Strong winds are expected to cause disruption across the country as the remnants of Hurricane Gonzalo sweep in from the Atlantic.

In Scotland, the west coast is expected to be the worst affected area as winds move towards the east.

A few flights have been affected, ferries have been disrupted and the Skye Bridge is closed to all vehicles due to high winds.

The strongest gust so far has been 64mph recorded on the Forth Road Bridge around 06:00.

Strong winds are forecast to continue through the day.


Weather and travel information

You can keep track of the latest weather warnings on the Met Office website

Up-to-date forecasts can be found on the BBC Weather website

The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (Sepa) Floodline has the latest on flood warnings

Scotland-wide travel information is available from Traffic Scotland and Traveline Scotland, while National Rail has the latest on rail disruption

Regular travel updates are provided on BBC Radio Scotland - on 92 to 95 FM and 810 MW - and on the BBC Travel website

If you know of a problem, you can call the travel hotline on 08000 929588 (call only if it is safe to do so)