Met Office issue weather warning for large parts of the UK

Met Office issue weather warning for large parts of the UK

Met Office issue weather warning for large parts of the UK

It comes as the Met Office issues a series of weather warnings across the country, including for snow. The Met Office has warned of delays to road, rail, air and ferry transport.

People are urged to take extra care when traveling.

In southern coastal areas and high grounds winds of 70 miles per hour are possible so be careful when out and about.

The gusts are expected to move east across England and Wales tomorrow, with the strongest winds finally easing from the South East on Thursday.

The warning, which comes into place at 9am and lasts until 7am on Thursday, is for "strong winds". Bus and train services will also be affected with journey times taking longer.

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But that's not all - heavy flooding, rain and strong wind warnings have also been issued.

"Snow is likely to become heavy and persistent for a time on Thursday morning before easing during the early afternoon".

AccuWeather meteorologist Tyler Roys said: "Peak wind gusts of around 50mph will be across much of England and Wales with gusts towards 75mph across western and southern coastal and higher locations".

The average November rainfall for all of England is 3.5in (90mm), rising to 5.5in (140mm) for the North West.

Britain will then be reaching for gloves and woolly hats as temperatures plummet from Friday evening with lows of -5C this weekend.

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