Some information from Stirling Council that may prove useful.

The Met Office amber weather warning for wind now covers the whole of mainland Scotland, with Storm Isha set to impact the country.

There is a high risk of disruption due to the very strong, potentially damaging winds. The advice from national agencies is to consider if you need to travel but plan ahead if you must.

The amber warning is in effect from 6pm today (21 Jan) until 6am tomorrow. Yellow warnings are also in place, including for rain, that cover the Stirling Council area.

SEPA has issued a flood alert for the Central region with the persistent rain posing a particular risk to urban areas and the road network.

Our Roads Teams will be monitoring conditions constantly and will be prepared to respond to emerging situations.

Latest forecast and weather alerts:

Traffic and travel updates:

‘SP Energy Networks’ and ‘Scottish & Southern Electricity Networks’ are responsible for the electrical grid in the Stirling Council area. You can contact them to report a power cut by calling 105. If you require continuous power for mobility or medical purposes, let them know. More info:

Flooding updates are available at:

Stirling Council has additional information on dealing with flooding at the following webpage:

If you feel your life or property may be at risk, call the emergency services on 999.

There is the potential for disruption to Council services as a result of the extreme weather conditions so please plan ahead. Please check the Council’s social media channels for the latest updates:

Twitter (now known as X) –
Facebook – 

Key updates will also be added to the Stirling Council website:


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