Uprooted trees are causing chaos for road and rail travel as Storm Babet sweeps through Britain.
Stagecoach has warned customers that all Perth services will be canceled from 6pm following the red weather warning.
Carrying X, the bus operator said: “Due to the RED weather warning, we are planning for all services to be canceled from 6pm today until 8am Friday. “We regret any inconvenience this may cause, but the safety of our passengers and staff is a priority.”
Amber warnings for wind and rain have been issued for parts of northern England, the Midlands and north Wales from midday on Friday until 6am on Saturday. A yellow warning is also in place for Northern Ireland from 3am on Friday until 9am on Saturday.
On Thursday afternoon, a woman died after being swept into a river in Angus, amid the evacuation of 400 homes in the Scottish region. Police Scotland said the 57-year-old woman’s body was recovered in the Water of Lee in Glen Esk, where a rare red weather warning is in force until midday on Friday.
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