AMBER and yellow weather warnings are in place in the Wee County as Storm Arwen is expected to cause disruption and damage in the east of Scotland.

The Met Office has issued the weather alerts which will remain in place until Saturday, November 27, with high winds expected.

The amber warning for wind, which affects parts of the Wee County to the east of Alloa – such as Clackmannan, was put in place at 3pm today and will remain until 9am the next day.

High winds associated with Storm Arwen are expected to cause some travel disruption and damage.

The Met Office warned that flying debris is likely and could lead to injuries or danger to life.

Damage to trees, temporary structures and buildings is expected while longer journey times are likely.

A yellow warning for wind, in place across the country, will remain in place until 6pm on Saturday with injuries and danger to life from flying debris possible.

Road and rail services may be affected and some roads and bridges may close.

Power cuts may occur and could affect other services.

Further afield, a red warning is in place across coastal areas in the east of Scotland until 2am on Saturday.