Britain to be hit by THREE days of wind weather warnings as storms arrive


As Storm Dudley hits the Met Office have said that there will be a period of “very strong and disruptive winds”.

Road, Rail and Ferry services are likely to be affected with the possibility of some roads and bridges closing.

There is also the possibility of injures and danger to life from large beach materials being thrown onto coastal roads.

A yellow weather warning has also been issued warning of high winds from 3pm to 6pm on Thursday.

It covers all of Scotland, Northern Ireland, North Wales and Northern England.

There is the possibility of power cuts and damage to buildings.

Much of the UK is likely to be disrupted by Storm Eunice on Friday.

A yellow weather warning has been issued in relation to high winds.

It is in place from midnight to 9pm. 

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