Published: Tue, March 12, 2019
Global Media | By Garry Long

Snow and wind weather warnings for Peterborough

Snow and wind weather warnings for Peterborough

Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire have been issued a yellow weather warning for wind on Wednesday (March 13).

The Met Office is warning of gusts of up to 60mph with stormy conditions expected to arrived at 9pm tomorrow.

It's been said winds could reach 80mph in Northern Ireland as Storm Gareth makes its way across Britain.

Galway isn't forecast to get the worst of Storm Gareth, as an orange alert has been put out for Mayo, Sligo, Leitrim, and Donegal.

The Queen Elizabeth II bridge across the Thames at the Dartford crossing was closed due to strong winds on Sunday morning.

The UK Met Office, Met Eireann's weather partner, has shared a video showing the path of the eye of Storm Gareth over Ireland and the UK.

TuesdayBrightening up after a cloudy start tomorrow, Tuesday, with occasional showers, some of them heavy with a risk of hail and thunder.

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"Gusts of up to 50-55mph are likely inland and 65mph along western coasts".

This afternoon will be windy, but the gusty westerly winds will gradually decrease.

The rest of the country will remain under a yellow wind warning until 6am on Wednesaday.

The Met Office has issued a yellow warning for snow and ice.

However, throughout the day we can expect cloud, outbreaks of rain, sleet and snow, predominantly on higher ground.

There are now weather warnings in place for four consecutive days in the United Kingdom, with Yellow warnings for rain in place in parts of North West England on Thursday and Friday.

He said there is a chance of large waves in coastal areas, and a risk of falling trees and disruption to power lines.

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