Met Office issues weather warning for Brighton and Sussex coast Brighton News

BRIGHTON is expected to be hit by gusts of up to 50 mph during an 11-hour weather warning covering much of the southern coast.

The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning of 1 a.m. tomorrow morning at 12 p.m., with strong winds expected to slam through Sussex.

The warning covers southern England from Weymouth to Dover, as well as the coastal parts of Essex and Suffolk.

Wind gusts are expected to increase around 11 p.m. this evening, peaking at around 50 mph around 7 a.m. tomorrow morning.

Heavy rain is also expected this evening, but will mostly disappear around 6 a.m. tomorrow.

The Met Office warns that people in affected areas should expect:

  • some delays in road, rail, air and ferry services
  • delays in bus and train journeys
  • some damage to temporary exterior structures
  • delays for high-sided vehicles on exposed roads and bridges

They also warned that some coastal communities and some waterfronts would likely be affected by ocean spray and big waves.

Sunny weather is expected to return to Brighton later in the afternoon tomorrow and is expected to stay until at least Friday, with highs of 19 ° C.

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This notice was published: 2021-07-05 15:36:07

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