The Met Office have upgraded tomorrow’s weather warning – with the prospect of winds up to 75mph set to hit parts of the region.
However, they’ve now upgraded this to Amber for southern parts of the region, including Stonehaven as Storm Ali approaches.
The amber warning is in place between 8am and 5pm tomorrow.
The existing yellow warning is in place from 6am to 10pm.
The warning means “flying debris is likely and could lead to injuries or danger to life” and that damage to buildings – such as tiles blown from the roof or damage from falling trees – is probable.
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The Met Office is also warning of power cuts, delays and cancellations to road, rail, air and ferry services as well as the potential for some bridges and roads to shut.
Coastal properties and roads could also be hit by large waves.