The Met Office has issued an amber warning for southeast England on Sunday, saying “widespread gales”
could cause damage to homes and businesses, travel disruption and power cuts, and pose a “danger to life”.
On Monday and Tuesday, more yellow weather warnings are in place in Scotland and the northernmost tip of Northern Ireland for wind and snow.
UK Power Networks is preparing for power cuts which could bring down branches and damage overhead power lines, while Govia Thameslink will run Sunday’s train services at a reduced speed of 50mph.
Ian Cameron, from UK Power Networks, said: “We understand how difficult it is to be without electricity, especially during cold weather, and will do our best to restore supplies quickly if they are affected.
Holland and Belgium
Holland also got a code Yellow on the weather it will get Code red on sunday
So a storm is coming on Sunday. Then there is even a chance of wind force 10 in the north-western coastal area. In addition, heavy to very strong gusts of wind are possible throughout the country. However, most damage is associated with gusts of wind. We also have a lot of rain on Sunday and the chance of a thunderstorm
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