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Published on : Wednesday, December 23, 2015
Yellow warning has been issued through the festive period and there would be localised flooding which could cause potential travel disruptions as trees may get uprooted due to storms.
The Met Office said that there are speculations that the weather could be codenamed Storm Eva as part of a new national project to raise public awareness about possible dangers, but meteorologists do not believe the front will be strong enough.
Wind speed is expected to come at 50-60mph along the western coast of the north of England and in Northwest Scotland overnight. The weather conditions will improve soon afterwards.
Parts of the Southern Uplands and Highlands in Scotland are at flood risk combined with snowmelt caused by above-average temperatures with up to 50mm rainfall.
The Met Office said that the north will be colder and clearer while the south it will be wet and the mild and unsettled weather will continue.