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Fresh yellow weather warnings for rain, wind and snow across parts of the UK | UK News

Britons are being urged to brace for a further onslaught of wild weather following the devastation of Storm Gerrit.

Gusts of up to 75mph could hit parts of the south of England and Wales on Saturday, the Met Office has warned.

A yellow weather alert for wind has been issued for parts of the South East, South West, East Anglia and Wales from 11am on Saturday until 3am on New Year’s Eve.

A separate yellow warning for rain has been issued across part of Wales between 10am and 6pm on Saturday.

A yellow rain warning has also been placed across most of Northern Ireland from 4am until 11am on Saturday, with up to 25mm of rain expected in just a few hours.

In Scotland, both snow and rain are expected to batter most of the country between 8am and midnight on Saturday.

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The Met Office is warning the extreme weather across the UK could lead to flooding and transport disruption.

ScotRail, LNER, Avanti West Coast and London Northwestern Railway are among the train companies to have told passengers they should check before travelling in the coming days.

The fresh warnings come on the heels of Storm Gerrit.

Flooding around Tewkesbury after heavy rain from storm Gerrit. Picture date: Friday December 29, 2023.
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This notice was published: 2023-12-29 15:08:00

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