The impact of Storm Jocelyn on Fife has not been as significant as the strong winds that had more of an impact at the beginning of this week.

But the weather conditions are still causing some travel disruption in the area.

ScotRail services are still suspended this morning (Wednesday) and will remain so until checks have been carried out on the tracks to ensure there are no fallen trees or other debris and that trains can run safely.


There are also some restrictions on road bridges leading into and out of Fife.

The Clackmannanshire Bridge is closed to high sided vehicles, the Queensferry Crossing is closed to double decker buses and the Forth Road Bridge is open to cars only. Drivers are also urged to take care crossing the Kincardine Bridge due to high winds.

The current Met Office yellow weather warning for strong winds remains in place until 1pm today.