On Thursday morning, all train services in the Scottish highlands will be cancelled because forecasters predicted that Storm Caroline would bring life-threatening winds. The Met Office raised a weather warning to “be prepared” for the terrifying . Strong winds will most likely disrupt roads and ferries.
Ferry operator CalMac, warned that many services have been cancelled affecting trips to Barra, Tiree, Mull and Iona, Harris, Mallaig, and Stornoway. A yellow warning will occur in the southern part of Scotland and northern parts of Northern Ireland between six in the morning and six in the afternoon tomorrow. Large parts of the U.K. will receive snow and ice on Friday and Saturday while Orkney and Shetland will receive high winds.
Met office stated that “Flying debris is likely and could lead to injuries or danger to life. Some damage to building is possible, such as tiles blowing off roofs”.