Published: Fri, November 24, 2017
Health Care | By Alberto Manning

Weather warning issued for strong winds across whole of Lincolnshire

Weather warning issued for strong winds across whole of Lincolnshire

The Met Office has issued yellow weather warnings as it predicts gusts of 65 to 70mph in exposed areas, such as the Pennines and along the coast, with wind speeds of 50mph likely more widely.

The warning is valid from 9am on Wednesday until 7am on Thursday morning. "Strong winds are also expected which could add to the hard travel conditions".

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However, the south east is expected to escape the worst of the heavy rain which is expected to sweep across the UK.

Many places with a warning will see 25-50mm of rain with around 100mm of rain over higher ground.

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"The strongest winds will finally ease from the SE of England around dawn on Thursday".

Rain warning - North East England, North West England, SW Scotland, Lothian Borders, Wales, Yorkshire & Humber. There remains some uncertainty with regards to the exact location of the heaviest rain.

"2-5 cm (0.7in - 1.9in) of snow is likely for many parts with 10-20 cm (3.9in - 7.8in) possible in places, mainly over higher ground". The impact of the heavy rain will be worsened by strong winds across many parts of the warning area.

Road and commuting disruptions are likely and people have been warned to expect lengthy journeys if travelling through certain parts of the country.

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