Storm Corrie named as gusts up to 70mph to hit with weather warning in place

Storm Corrie named as gusts up to 70mph to hit with severe weather warning in place

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1/29/2022 3:55:00 PM

Storm Corrie named as gusts up to 70mph to hit with severe weather warning in place

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Storm Corrie will bring strong winds eastwards from Scotland and into England from tomorrow - running concurrently with Storm Malik, which begins its menace today.But the new storm will remain into the week, and it's feared Scotland will bear the brunt of its impact.

Met Office said: "Inland gusts could reach 60-70mph, the highest winds are expected over the northern half of Scotland, north of the Central Belt."A yellow severe weather warning for wind is in force."Chief meteorologist Dan Suri said: “Storm Corrie will bring very strong winds to the north of the UK, especially northern Scotland, on Sunday. This follows just one day after Storm Malik moves though also bringing a spell of very strong winds.

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Storm Malik set to smash into Britain with gale-force winds hitting 70mphThe Met Office has warned that UK is set to experience the wrath of Storm Malik with extreme winds set to hit some regions and a yellow weather warning being issued 70 km/hour winds are not very strong

UK weather: Storm Malik to batter Britain with gales of 80mph as amber wind alert issuedFORECASTERS have warned the UK will be battered with strong winds reaching 80mph in areas, as the Met Office issued amber and yellow wind warnings for parts of the country.

Storm Malik set to smash into Britain with gale-force winds hitting 70mphThe Met Office has warned that UK is set to experience the wrath of Storm Malik with extreme winds set to hit some regions and a yellow weather warning being issued 70 km/hour winds are not very strong

UK weather warning: Travel chaos expected as amber alert issued for ‘very strong’ galesTHE MET OFFICE has issued an amber wind warning as Storm Malik brings 'very strong winds' to Britain, with the weather service warning of significant travel disruptions.

UK weather: Storm Malik to batter Britain with gales of 80mph as amber wind alert issuedFORECASTERS have warned the UK will be battered with strong winds reaching 80mph in areas, as the Met Office issued amber and yellow wind warnings for parts of the country.

Wales weather warning for 60mph winds on SundayStrong winds could cause travel disruption and damage across parts of Wales, the Met Office warns.

Another blast of severe rainfall and huge gales - officially named Storm Corrie - is set to sweep across the UK this week. Storm Corrie will bring strong winds eastwards from Scotland and into England from tomorrow - running concurrently with Storm Malik, which begins its menace today. But the new storm will remain into the week, and it's feared Scotland will bear the brunt of its impact. Met Office said: "Inland gusts could reach 60-70mph, the highest winds are expected over the northern half of Scotland, north of the Central Belt. "A yellow severe weather warning for wind is in force." Chief meteorologist Dan Suri said: “Storm Corrie will bring very strong winds to the north of the UK, especially northern Scotland, on Sunday. This follows just one day after Storm Malik moves though also bringing a spell of very strong winds. “Storm Corrie will bring gusts of up to 90mph in exposed coastal locations in northern Scotland, with 70-80mph gusts more widely in the north. With back-to-back storms there could be updates to severe weather warnings, so keep an eye on the Met Office forecast.” . Please check back regularly for updates on this developing story HERE. Get email updates on the day’s biggest stories straight to your inbox by signing up for our newsletters. Get all the big headlines, pictures, analysis, opinion and video on the stories that matter to you by following The Mirror every time you see our name. Read More Read More