UK weather: Storm Malik to batter Britain with gales of 80mph as amber wind alert issued

UK weather: Storm Malik to batter Britain with gales of 80mph as amber wind alert issued

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1/29/2022 7:34:00 AM

UK weather: Storm Malik to batter Britain with gales of 80mph as amber wind alert issued

FORECASTERS 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.

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