Storm Isha creates havoc. Once again Scotland, and surprisingly, most of the UK faced weather warnings of another storm touching down late on Sunday. The warnings were loud and clear as we all prepared for power cuts and potential falling trees. Candles, matches and chainsaws at the ready on Sunday night. We were kept awake through the night and into Monday morning as we listened and felt the force of the wind as it battered the house. We were lucky, at dawn we took a look around and didn’t find any damage. All the trees were upright and the hens appeared from their coop ready to start their day.
Storm Isha creates havoc and another is on the way
Linda Mellor is based in the highlands and loves to write about the outdoors. The images are of the dense rain clouds touching down over Loch Rannoch, heading towards a snowy Schiehallion on the day Storm Isha made her presence felt. Rain, sleet and wind and there’s more on the way, with Storm Jocelyn swiftly moving in.