Worst of wind over ac­cord­ing to Met

Evening Express (City Final) - - News -

WEATHER ex­perts have said that the worst of the wind is over. Met Of­fice fore­cast­ers have said that gusts could drop down to 11mph later to­day. This comes as winds bat­tered the north-east yes­ter­day. Yes­ter­day the big­gest gust was recorded at Peter­head Har­bour at 61mph. A spokesman for the Met Of­fice told The Evening Ex­press some of the strong­est winds were recorded be­tween 2pm and 3pm. He said: “It will be windy again this morn­ing but it won’t be as bad as the weather warn­ing ends at 9am. “It will con­tinue to be windy across the east coast of Scot­land as well.” SEPA warned of po­ten­tial high waves into to­day. Strong winds forced the can­cel­la­tion of the North­link ferry sail­ing from Ab­erdeen to Ler­wick last night, as well as the ferry sail­ing in the other di­rec­tion which was due to ar­rive in the Gran­ite City to­day.

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