Motorists in the Dundee location were experiencing disruption today after solid winds battered the city.

Drivers going towards the city face long tailbacks on the A914 near Drumoig.

A tree was blown down on a bend on the course, requiring drivers drive into the opposite side of the road to obtain previous.

VIDEO: Disruption after tree falls onto road near Dundee
A tree was blown down on the A914 near Drumoig

Due to a fallen tree all 99 solutions going to Dundee will draw away 5 roadways. Apologies

—– Stagecoach East Scot (@StagecoachEScot) October 2, 2017

The event has actually created diversions on route 99 Stagecoach bus services heading right into Dundee.

Pedestrians have also been informed to stay off Tay Road Bridge today.

The bridge is open to cars and trucks just and also has a 30mph rate restriction, with dual decker buses forbidden from going across.

The main walkway is closed to pedestrians that might have been using the route to go between Dundee and also Fife today.

High winds– BRIDGE OPEN TO CARS ONLY – – 30 miles per hour rate restriction inplace. CENTRAL WALKWAY CLOSED (06:58 02/10/2017)

—– Tay Road Bridge (@tay_road_bridge) October 2, 2017

High Winds– Bridge Closed to Double DeckerBuses, 30mph rate restriction in place. (06:26 02/10/2017)

—– Tay Road Bridge (@tay_road_bridge) October 2, 2017

Elsewhere, the Forth Road Bridge is closed to pedestrians as well as bikers however a shuttle bus solution is running.

Strong winds were anticipated across all areas of the nation, with gusts of 50mph-60mph likely to establish rather commonly, the Met Office said.

Good morning to you. Showery & & extremely windy today. A yellow '' realize ' warning provided. Gale-severe gales rather widely. Information, from Kirsteen.

—– BBC Scotland Weather (@BBCScotWeather) October 2, 2017

The high winds came to a head throughout western Scotland in the very early hrs and were anticipated to be at their toughest in the main belt throughout heavy traffic.

The Met Office has provided a yellow caution for wind, which will certainly be in place for 24 hrs from 00:00 on Monday.

Dundee is expected to experience gusty conditions for the majority of the remainder of the week.