Severe weather: news and guidance

Updates will be posted here and on the council's Twitter and Facebook pages.

Roads and travel


Severe weather - roads updates

Winter gritting and snow clearing


Disruption to services are shown on our Bus timetables page.

Keeping warm

Get help with energy costs and find out about places you can go to keep warm with our Help with the cost of living pages.

Help for people affected by flooding

Our flood recovery page is for people and businesses affected by severe flooding.

It has details of help and advice from Angus Council and other organisations.

Bins and recycling

View details of disruption to bin collections on our Missed bins page.

Schools and school transport 

Real time updates of any school closures and disruption to school transport are published on this website and posted on our Facebook and Twitter pages.


For information on how can protect your property visit our flooding advice page.

Power cuts

Report power outages to SSEN by calling 105.

You can also check SSEN's Powertrack website where you can get details on power cuts and restoration times, and for information on their support package for customers impacted by power cuts.

Fallen trees

Report trees fallen on roads and debris to Police Scotland by calling 101.


  • If there is a danger to life, call 999
  • Road and Housing issues, call ACCESSLine 03452 777 778 during working hours
  • Power Outages: Call SSEN on 105. You can track power outages on Power Track

Emergency and partner agencies

Weather information

Up-to-date weather information and forecasts are available from the Met Office.

Good neighbours

If you have an older or less mobile relative, friend or neighbour please keep in contact with them in periods of severe weather to ensure they are all right. 

Health advice

Advice is available from the NHS 24 website.


The best way to deal with any emergency is to be prepared:

  • Ensure external items such as garden furniture and trampolines are secured
  • Make sure laptops and mobile phones are fully charged
  • If you have to travel, have supplies of food, drink and warm clothing with you
  • Have torches to hand in case of power outages.
  • For further advice, please visit Ready Scotland