Storm Abigail will bring strong winds across the north of the UK on Thursday evening into Friday.
The Met Office say the UK is facing unsettled weather over the coming days with strong winds expected later this week.
Friday night saw over 30,000 lightning strikes across the country and torrential downpours.
Research shows that El Nino’s effects on the UK appear to be strongest in winter, causing colder, harsher winters.
After heavy rain battered the region during the early hours of Tuesday morning, the same weather front will whisk up winds across the region today and tomorrow.
High pressure that has allowed the region to bask in 20C temperatures will slowly fade away, with a low pressure system taking it’s place, meaning a more unsettled theme to the weather.
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The Met Office issue Merseyside more severe weather warnings for wind, as another deepening area of low pressure is expected to track across the UK during Wednesday and into Thursday. Compared with the low pressure systems of the last few days this low is expected to track further south, bringing a greater risk of disruptive conditions to a…
A very vigorous depression is likely to develop across the Atlantic in conjunction with the very strong jet stream on Saturday. Although Wirral is not on a wind warning anymore, the region is still bracing its self for high winds as Liverpool coastguard warned: “Our advice is keep away from the coastline. The weather is not…