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Passengers in Scotland are likely to experience cancellations and delays today, as winds of up to 80 mph sweep across the Atlantic.
The Met Office has issued a severe weather warning for large parts of Scotland, and many schools have closed for the day.
Police in Scotland are advising against all travel this afternoon.
Rail passengers are experiencing cancellations, with Scotrail operating an amended service.
Trains from Aberdeen to Inverurie, Glasgow Queens Street to Dunblane and Edinburgh to Glenrothes have all been cancelled, and between 1000 and 1800 there will be no Cross Country services running between Glasgow Central and Edinburgh.
The Forth Road Bridge has been closed, after strong gusts were recorded.
Edinburgh, Prestwick, Aberdeen and Glasgow airports remained open this morning, but were warning of possible cancellations and delays.
Passengers are advised to check with their airline before travelling to the airport.
A statement on Edinburgh Airport’s website said: “Edinburgh Airport is experiencing high winds that are making operations extremely challenging.
"This has meant severe disruption to services including lengthy delays and cancellations. In addition, many of the road and rail routes to the airport are also severely affected."
Glasgow Airport said: “We are expecting delays and cancellations throughout the day. If you are flying to or from Glasgow today, please contact your airline.”