Storm Brendan set to bring 80mph winds as Met Office issues another weather warning
A yellow warning for wind has been issued for Monday afternoonA large Atlantic low pressure system will sweep eastwards across Ireland early on Monday, bringing very strong winds to our region.
Image caption In December, Storm Atiyah brought strong winds to the UK including the County Durham coast. Parts of the UK are set for heavy rain and wind gusts of 70mph later, as Storm Brendan sweeps in from the Atlantic. The Met Office has issued two 14-hour yellow warnings for
Storm Brendan will bring extreme winds and heavy rain on Monday. Status Orange weather warnings in force for all counties with status Met Éireann said strong to gale force southerly winds will extend countrywide, with a risk of damaging gusts on southern, western and north western coasts.
Storm Brendan is moving on but parts of the UK are preparing for another battering of strong winds and heavy rain, with weather warnings remaining in place for England, Wales and much of Scotland.
due to the extreme conditions, which saw trees collapse north of the border and hundreds of homes lose power in Northern Ireland.
While wind speeds on Tuesday will fall short of the 80mph gusts experienced by some, they could be powerful enough to cause further delays to road, rail, air and ferry transport.
Storm Brendan: Warning across Northern Ireland for disruptive winds
A storm is expected to bring gusts of up to 80 mph around coastal areas tomorrow, the Met Office has warned.There are warnings in place from the Met Office for all six counties in Northern Ireland, and for western coastal areas of England Scotland and Wales.
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Storm Brian is forecast to bring strong winds over Wales, north-west England and most of southern England on the first day of many pupils’ half-term holidays. The forecast impact on the UK alone was not enough for the UK Met Office to name the storm . But its impact in Ireland will be more severe, so
A Met Office yellow warning for wind is in place across England and Wales, while a warning for rain covers parts of the South East and south coast.
For many it could end up being windier on Tuesday than it was on Monday, when 87mph gusts were recorded on South Uist in the Outer Hebrides and 76mph in Capel Curig, northwest Wales.
Met Office meteorologist Alex Burkill said: "It's not Storm Brendan - Storm Brendan has moved northwards by this point.
"It's not too far away so we're still under the influence of it, but this new feature that comes in is going to bring some heavy and persistent rain across much of the UK, with very strong winds."
On Tuesday, winds up to 70mph are still possible in places - and 50mph gusts are likely in inland areas.
Met Office issues warning for Wales as Storm Brendan hits the UK
Gales are expected to reach 80mph as the storm sweeps across the country on Monday Forecasters have warned that coastal routes and communities could be particularly affected by the storm as large waves batter seafronts.
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In the South East, where there is a yellow warning for rain, forecasters are warning that homes and businesses could flood - and flood alerts are also in place further west towards Devon and Cornwall.
The Environment Agency currently has 79 flood alerts in place across England, meaning flooding is possible, and seven flood warnings that mean "immediate action is required" because flooding is expected.
Mr Burkill said areas most at risk of flooding were those that had experienced a particularly wet December.
In Scotland, there is also a yellow warning for snow and ice covering central Scotland, Tayside, Fife, Angus, Perth and Kinross, Grampian, Highlands and Argyll and Bute.
The Met Office has said icy patches are likely on any untreated roads, pavements and cycle paths.
The Scottish Environment Protection Agency has issued 29 flood warnings and 16 flood alerts.
Conditions across the UK are expected to be drier and brighter by the weekend, but will remain unsettled for most of the rest of the week.
When and where Storm Brendan will hit as Met Office forecasts 80mph winds .
Two weather warnings and a flood alert have been issued for North WalesThe large Atlantic low pressure system will arrive from Ireland this afternoon and evening with experts predicting parts of North Wales could flood while there could also be disruption on the roads.