Published on : Thursday, December 7, 2017
Amid safety fears dozens of workers on a North Sea drilling rig were being relocated.
Conditions will turn wet and blustery overnight in UK, especially across the North and North West with strong winds.
The second highest – amber weather warning has been announced between 6 am and 11.55 pm for Highlands and Eilean Siar, Orkney and Shetland and Grampian with an expected wind of 60-70 mph widely.
There are possibility of damage to buildings, tiles might blow off roofs, flying debris might lead to injuries or danger to life.
Raod, rail, air and ferry services might get cancelled.
Caroline might bring in large waves to coastal routes, seafronts and coastal communities in northern Scotland along with power cuts.
A news presenter mentioned that it might be the strongest winds across the North West during Thursday morning and later in North East.
The rest of the Scotland and north of northern Ireland is facing a yellow wind warning with gusts of up to 60-70 mph.
Frequent showers are also expected across the north and west of the UK and Ireland through the day.
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