US authorities are tightening up domestic security measures ahead of a possible military strike on Syria, according to CNN.
The FBI and the Department of Homeland Security are warning of a higher risk of cyber attacks after months of similar disruptions by hackers known as the Syrian Electronic Army.
One such attack brought down the website of The New York Times in recent days, and authorities say more attacks are likely.
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Sunday will be a fine day across much of Scotland and northern England, with much less coastal mist and low cloud than yesterday.
A spokesperson said the lightning strikes had left the "aircraft fuelling system unavailable."
Nearly 1,000 properties have been left without power, and road users have been warned of potentially hazardous conditions.