The Met Office apprised that yellow alert warnings will last until January 24. Scotland went through a red high-level alert and an amber alert encompassed the entire country until Monday morning. Transport Scotland documented a 107mph gust on the Tay Bridge and 84mph at Salsburgh. Government representatives are collaborating to reinstate power to homes. ScotRail services were halted Sunday, intending to resume Monday after safety inspections. Network Rail expects Scotland’s service to recommence approximately around midday due to extensive debris. Glasgow Airport reported a diverted Tui flight due to weather conditions. The Met Office’s forecast denotes ongoing strong winds with alleviation anticipated Monday. Yellow wind warnings are effective from Tuesday evening until midday Wednesday pending further updates. This week will see potential high winds across the UK with gusts of 60-70 mph in areas.
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