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, the first named storm of 2021, hit southern parts of the UK overnight bringing with it costal gales, rain, and winds of up to 75mph.Two yellow wind warnings remain in effect on Friday morning for southern England and Wales along the coast, reaching from St David’s in the west to Great Yarmouth in the East.
Gusts of 40 to 50mph are expected quite widely along the coast and could reach up to theNorth Seacoastal areas during the late morning and afternoon.The ongoing high winds could lead to travel disruption with delays to road, rail, air and ferry transport expected. Short term power loss could also be seen, as well as large waves in coastal communities. The winds are expected to last until at least 6pm this evening.
The storm arrived as thesaid that the climate change is already evident across the UK, with the country becoming significantly hotter and wetter. Experts pointed out that from 1991 to 2020, the UK has become 0.9C warmer and 6 per cent wetter.Show latest update headtopics.com
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