Storm Henry to cause structural damage across Scotland

Winds of up to 90mph are forecast to crash into Scotland, causing structural damage, disrupting transport and cutting power supplies.

The effects of the winds will be most felt through the Central Belt, including Glasgow and Edinburgh, and huge waves have been predicted to cause flooding in coastal areas.

The amber ‘be aware’ warning for Storm Henry – between 3pm today and 9am on Tuesday – comes just two days after Storm Gertrude raged through Scotland with hurricane-force wind speeds of up to 144mph.


Because of the timing of Henry’s arrival, the Met office are confident it will bring considerable disruption to the people of Scotland during the evening rush hour on Monday and the morning one on Tuesday.

If you experience any disruption to your roof you can call DMG Roofing on 07825177212 for urgent assistance.