Published: Tue, September 12, 2017
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

Winds of up to 75mph expected to hit Lancashire

Winds of up to 75mph expected to hit Lancashire

Damage to trees and buildings is also likely with the risk of power cuts.

Strong winds are expected to hit North Devon this evening (Tuesday) as the first autumn storm reaches the UK.

This comes as rain led to flooding in roads around Greater Manchester on Monday.

A yellow weather warning is also in place for parts of Northern Ireland, northern England and southern Scotland, which warn of 30-40mm of rain falling within six to nine hours.

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However, a warning of potential winds gusting up to 75mph overnight has now been cancelled.

Parts of Scotland have been warned to expect heavy winds and rainfall this week.

An additional wind warning is in place for Dublin.

"Heavy rain will be an additional hazard, especially in the north of the warning area, resulting in especially hard driving conditions".

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The rain warning covers the period from 4pm tomorrow to 6am on Wednesday morning, while the warning for wind is from 8pm tomorrow till 10am on Wednesday.

The incoming high winds later this week could affect road, rail and air services, with longer journey times and cancellations possible.

Strong gusts across England and Wales are expected on Tuesday night and Wednesday morning as autumnal weather sweeps in.

For information on weather conditions, visit the Met Office website www.metoffice.gov.uk or listen to local radio.

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