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Londoners have been warned to brace themselves for a violent storm that could batter the city with winds of 70 miles per hour on Sunday evening.

Heavy rain and powerful gusts of wind are expected to hit the capital on Sunday and continue into Monday morning, affecting roads and trains.

The Met office has issued London with a yellow weather warning.

 

Helen Chivers, forecaster for the Met office, said: “People should be aware this weather system is coming in and these sorts of winds could have an impact on transport networks and bridges.

“It could damage or uproot trees and disrupt power supplies.”

The South Coast will be the worst hit by the storm with winds of more than 80 miles per hour.

Some forecasts predict that the storm could pass through the English Channel and miss land, because the area of low pressure has not yet developed.

But if it does it is likely to be worst storm of the year so far.

Atlantic storms of this type usually develop further west across the ocean, losing strength by the time they reach the UK and Ireland.

But this storm is expected to appear much closer to land, potentially moving across the country while it is in its most powerful phase.

Tomorrow looks set to be a mostly fine and mild day with an 18C high, with Sunday - before the predicted storm - predicted to be mostly mild with some showers

 

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clock goes back tonight.  Extra hour sleep. for you & yours. 

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feel like going for a walk during the storm

Same.

Feel to put on the north face and take on nature.

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feel like going for a walk during the storm

Same.

Feel to put on the north face and take on nature.

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worst winds/storm in 24 years...

 

the last hurricane we had was in 1987

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feel like going for a walk during the storm

Same.

 

hope it's cray

 

neighbour is advising us to move our cars

 

his hench front yard tree branches out over our driveway - had one snapped off before

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I havent even seen a drop of rain yet nor felt any wind. It's an ok evening so far tbh.

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It's meant to hit early morning like 2-3am while were in bed.

 

Probably wake up to the madness. Good thing I'm working from home tomorrow.

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