A warning of strong winds that could cause travel delays has been issued for the North-east.
Storm Georgina has triggered a yellow alert between 1am and 2pm tomorrow.
Northern and eastern parts of Aberdeenshire as well as Moray are included in the yellow alert issued by the Met Office.
Winds of up to 80mph have been forecast for much of the Highlands, Islands and parts of Aberdeenshire.
The Met Office are warning that these will “probably affect some bus and train services leaving some journeys to take longer”.