Rangers issue supporter warning amid road closures and train cancellations ahead of Ross County clash

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Rangers issue supporter warning amid road closures and train cancellations ahead of Ross County clash
Rangers issue supporter warning amid road closures and train cancellations ahead of Ross County clash

RANGERS supporter liaison officer Greg Marshall has issued a warning to supporters ahead of today's Premiership clash against Ross County.

Storm Malik has hit Scotland today with winds up to 80mph battering the country this morning.

As result trains have been cancelled and some roads are closed in the Highlands.

Marshall tweeted: "Supporters should be aware of a number of traffic issues, from road closures to cancelled trains.

"Please keep an eye on @trafficscotland for updates."

Yellow weather warnings are in place across all of Scotland, northern England and parts of Northern Ireland for most of Saturday as Storm Malik is expected to bring high winds and rain.

There is an amber warning for eastern Scotland, where damaging gusts of wind will likely cause disruption to road, rail, air and ferry services.

Power supplies and mobile phone coverage could also be affected.

The Met Office warned: “Injuries and danger to life could occur from flying debris as well as from large waves and beach material being thrown onto sea fronts, coastal roads and properties.”

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