Met Office issue Yellow Weather warning

By Ross Gazette reporter   |   Reporter   |
Tuesday 27th November 2018 11:27 am
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The Met Office has issued a Yellow Weather warning for parts of the West Midlands for high winds for Thursday, November 29th.

The warning is valid from 3am to 3pm on Thursday. Currently Herefordshire is on the edge of the Yellow Weather Warning with wet and potentially very windy weather forecast.

A Met Office spokesperson said: “There is a small chance that an intense weather system could quickly travel northeast, bringing a narrow swathe of very strong winds early in the day to parts of southwest England and Wales, followed by north Wales and northern England a little later. Should this occur, wind gusts of around 80 mph are possible, particularly along exposed coastlines. This would also bring some rough seas, large waves, and possible local coastal impacts. There is significant uncertainty over how severe this system will be, but a wet and windy day is expected regardless.”

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