Travel will be disrupted this weekend due to severe weather as Storm Ciara hits Tayside and Fife.
A yellow weather warning has been issued for the area, with the Met Office warning of winds gusts of up to 50mph in Dundee, Perthshire and Fife, and 70mph in coastal areas around Angus.
Heavy rain is also expected between 2-3pm in the Dundee and between 6-10pm in the rest of Courier Country on Saturday.
The Tay Road Bridge is closed to double decker buses and there is a 30mph speed limit due to high winds.
High Winds – Bridge Closed to Double Decker Buses, 30mph speed restriction in place. (06:31 – 08/02/2020)
— Tay Road Bridge (@tay_road_bridge) February 8, 2020
There will be some disruption to train services, with some cancellations of trains between Dundee and Edinburgh on Sunday.
They will remain cancelled. The bus should take 1h 20m or 2h if the bridge is closed. ^AB
— London North Eastern Railway (@LNER) February 8, 2020
The Sunday 10.02am Scotrail service from Edinburgh to Arbroath will also be cancelled.
Scotrail is advising passengers to check their journeys online before setting off.
📢⚠️ #StormCiara will bring heavy rain and widespread gales to the UK this weekend. Please check your journey before travelling; here's how 👇
— ScotRail (@ScotRail) February 8, 2020
A Met Office spokesman said: “Saturday is looking like it will be better than Sunday.
“Temperatures will be around seven to nine degrees.
“Sunday will be much wetter than Saturday, with heavy rain accompanying the strong winds.
“It will be above average temperatures however, but you won’t really notice it because of the high winds.
“The wind will be between 50-60mph and could reach as high as 70mph at the coast.”