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Great Britain weather: Yellow Warnings for wind and rain released as storm Claudio lingers | UK news

Three yellow weather warnings in place Today with rain and wind are expected to linger as consequences of Storm Claudio keeps on beating the parts of United Kingdom.

French storm brought lots of of wind and rain to the country on Tuesday, with weather bureau warning a lot of of the same is expected.

In southern Scotland a yellow warning for rain in force from 10:00 to 18:00.

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Residents got ready for heavy rainfall that can cause travel disruption and potential flooding in several places.

Other yellow warning for rain in place in Northern Ireland from 8:00 to 15:00, with people warned that some kind of interruption power supplies and other services, probably.

Chief meteorologist Neil Armstrong said: “30 to 40 mm of rain expected in some areas and where it falls over Earth already wet from recent rains, and fallen leaves can be splashed and flooded on roads, as well as delays on the way.

BUT final yellow warning for the wind was announced for parts of northern England and Wales from 7:00 to 22:00.

It is expected that bad weather will also affect the coastal areas of the Irish Sea. with gusts reach up up to 65 miles per hour, according to the Met Office.

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People were warned that strong winds could cause some road, rail, air and ferry transport.

Mr. Armstrong added: “A lot of of Britain can expect a spell of strong south wind on Wednesday, but warning area highlights where are the impulses of up up to 65 mph and therefore where some delays are likely.”

meteorological office also warns that short term loss of power it is possible that some sea fronts and coastal settlements will be affected by large waves.

Tuesday gusts of recorded 61 miles per hour in Langdon Bay, Kent, and winds of 59 mph were recorded at Heathrow.

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