Highlands & Islands

New satellite image released of storm battering Scotland

Satellite image. Pic: NEODAAS/University of Dundee
Image caption A satellite image received earlier by the University of Dundee

A new satellite image has been released of the deep area of low pressure responsible for bad weather affecting Scotland.

The University of Dundee said a satellite called Aqua had provided the colour image.

The university, which receives satellite images, received the new picture of the storm system over Scotland at 12:26.

You can find regular updates on the BBC News live page about the impact of the storm.

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