Storms Expected To Hit Coastal Areas On Wednesday

Wet and windy weather will continue for many on Wednesday, with low pressure moving in from the west bringing wind and rain for many.  

Winds are likely to be strongest along Irish Sea coastal areas, including western Wales, northwest England and southwest Scotland, as well as the east coast of Northern Ireland. A Yellow warning for wind has been issued for Wednesday.

Deputy Chief Meteorologist Steven Keates said: “Within the warning area, gusts are expected of between 55 and 65mph. This is associated with low pressure moving towards the northwest of the UK, which is bringing with it some heavy rain on Wednesday, especially across parts of southwest Scotland, Cumbria and western Wales, although much of the UK will see some rain through the day.
“In addition to high winds in the warning area, many parts of the UK will experience strong and gusty winds, at least for a time, during Wednesday.”

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