Storm Gareth bringing 80mph winds

Storm Gareth bringing 80mph winds

Forecasters have announced a yellow weather warning for Tuesday and Wednesday covering much of England, Wales, Northern Ireland and parts of Scotland.

The warnings will be in place from 12pm tomorrow until early Wednesday morning.

Winds could reach mean speeds of 50 to 65km/h, with gusts of 90 to 110km.

"The temperature on Tuesday night could briefly dip to around 2/3C but then it looks like it will get warmer again as the week goes on".

As Storm Gareth moves away from the United Kingdom, the winds will ease and the rest of the week will remain unsettled with showers or spells of rain, and some brief drier interludes.

Flood warnings have been issued across north-west and north-east England today as the explosive storm rakes through Britain, leaving damaged homes, power cuts and travel disruption in its wake.

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There is also risk of coastal flooding due to high seas along Atlantic coasts.

A Met Office yellow warning of rain for parts of northern England came into force just after midnight on Tuesday and will last until midday.

The storm, which follows last month's Storm Freya, was named by the Irish Meteorological Service and will bring strong winds and heavy rain to the United Kingdom on Tuesday and into Wednesday.

This latest named storm comes as Galway has had a continuous run of poor weather with multiple alerts for snow and ice or wind.

The Met Office also warned gusts could reach 80mph along northern coasts.

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