Storm Freya forecast to bring dangerous winds to UK

Storm Freya forecast to bring dangerous winds to UK
    The storm is expected to bring winds of up to eighty miles per hour and dangerous conditions to the UK on Sunday.

    The Office of Meteorology issued a strong warning of the risk of injury and danger to life from fly debris and large waves.

    It may also be possible to damage buildings and trees, disrupt travel, and cut off electricity.

    The warning, from Sunday afternoon to Monday morning, includes parts of Wales, southwest England, the Midlands, northern England and southern Scotland.

    Followed by a week of scorching winter heat in the UK.
    Graham Madge, spokesman for the Bureau of Meteorology, said the winds from fifty five miles an hour to sixty five miles per hour "are likely to be widely within the warning zone," with the possibility of winds reaching seventy miles per hour and eighty miles per hour Coastal areas.

    The highest winds are expected to be in Devon, Cornwall, Wales and northwest England.
    The storm, which is moving from the south and west of the United Kingdom, is expected to move north through much of the country on Sunday, the BBC's Gemma Plump said.

    "For some time during the evening of Sunday and overnight, there is a risk that some rain could fall like rain or snow on the hills of southern Scotland and northern England."

    Travelers are advised to plan future trips, as road, rail, air and ferries services may be affected by long flight times and possible cancellations.

    Some roads and bridges may also be closed.

    Sharp contrast
    The storm's warning comes a week after the United Kingdom broke its warmer winter record over two consecutive days, with twenty one.2 degrees Celsius recorded in London's Kew Gardens on Tuesday.

    The Met Office temporarily announced that last month was the second most sunny month in February for the entire UK.

    The average daily peak at 10C was 10 on average, higher than the previous average of nine.8 in 1998, the broadcaster said.

    In February, temperatures in the UK dropped to -11.7 ° C in South Farnborough, Hampshire.
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