[Updated 20.00] As of just before 04.00 today, Transport Scotland have the A83 back on warnings of increased risk of landslides at Rest and Be Thankful.
Road users are advised to exercise ‘extreme caution’ on this section of the road in the current conditions.
With more rain today, in the afternoon and during the night, turning to heavy showers and drifting snow in the gale force winds forecast for the hills of Argyll tomorrow, the vulnerable Rest and Be Thankful section will be under increased pressure – if the weather forecast comes to fruition.
Westerly winds are to be strong today, strengthening overnight and rising to gale force tomorrow, 4th February.
Disruption to ferry services is inevitable tomorrow.
20.00 update: As of now, At 20.00 the A83 remains subject to warnings of increased risk of landslides at Rest and Be Thankful.
A fleet of ferry journeys are warning of potential disruption tomorrow in gale to storm force winds; some are already cancelled for then – 4th February; and some will be under early review.
Forecasts for Argyll tomorrow emphasise gale force winds, to storm force for island routes off the west coast – and heavy rain showers, particularly on higher ground.