Schools Forced To Close As Storm Caroline Descends On UK

There's a 'danger to life' says the Met Office

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Schools have been forced to shut today as Storm Caroline's gale force winds hit parts of Scotland.

The Met Office has warned that the Atlantic storm could bring wind speeds of up to 90 mph, and schools across Aberdeen have remained closed according to the Aberdeen Express.

The amber warning from the Met Office means they are advising the storm could bring a 'danger to life', with travel also affected.

After the storm hits, the Met Office says that northern areas could be hit by blizzards, with snow adding to concerns.

Forecasters have warn of gusts of up to 80 mph across northern Scotland, adding: “Flying debris is likely and could lead to injuries or danger to life.”

An oil rig was evacuated overnight and train and ferry services have been disrupted, says The Mirror.

(Header: Met Office)

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