STORM Isha has brought severe disruption to thousands across Scotland with trains cancelled and thousands left without power.

Although the Met Office has confirmed that Storm Isha is “moving away”, a number of weather warnings remain in place.

Debris on roads has also led to travel disruption and some school closures.

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Here’s all you need to know.

Are schools closed across Scotland?

Some schools across Scotland have been forced to close as a result of the storm, with council websites the best place to check for the latest updates.

Aberdeenshire Council has confirmed that a number of schools face delayed openings while Hatton Fintray, Keithall, Midmar and Tarland schools closed to everyone.

According to the Angus Council website, both Eassie Primary Schol and Glamis Primary School are to be closed all day due to power failures.

In Perth & Kinross, Aberuthven Primary School is closed due to a “local power outage” although all other schools currently remain open.

When will Storm Isha end?

The latest update from the Met Office, posted at 6.03am this morning on Twitter/X, said: “After a top gust of 99MPH overnight, #StormIsha is now moving away.

“However, it remains windy this morning with a yellow warning out for all until midday. Expect some disruption this Monday morning.”

The National:

After today’s weather warning ends, a new yellow warning will come into place from 4pm on Tuesday until midday on Wednesday.

Meanwhile, ScotRail has confirmed that there are currently no services running due to the storm, while Police Scotland has urged people to travel with “extreme caution”.