Met Office weather warning issued over 75mph winds as storm to batter Britain within hours

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Three yellow warnings for wind have been issued by the weather agency, affecting all of Scotland and parts of Northern Ireland and north east England. The warnings all come into effect on Saturday, with the last warning in effect until Monday and stretching down to the Midlands.


One warning effects the entirety of the Shetland Islands, with “very strong winds” potentially leading to travel disruption.

The island’s warning is in effect from midday on Saturday to 8pm the same day.

The Met Office said: “Northwesterly winds will strengthen through the second half of Saturday, bringing wind speeds widely 60-70mph and as high as 80mph across the most exposed locations. 

“Winds will gradually ease through Saturday evening.

Two other warnings cover mainland Britain, with one along the east coast of Scotland in effect from 7am to 3pm on Saturday.

The third affects the rest of Scotland and parts of Northern Ireland and England, and is in effect from 4am to 3pm.


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