The Met Office has a yellow weather warning for strong winds which will likely cause disruption across Britain. The weather forecaster has warned of strong easterly winds which will likely lead to some disruption. But which areas of the UK are forecast to be hit by these strong winds?
The warning will likely lead to some short term loss of power and other services, such as mobile phone coverage and may cause spray or large waves around coastal routes, sea fronts and coastal communities.
The Met Office warning reads: “Strong easterly winds will develop across southwest England and parts of Wales during Monday evening and overnight before gradually easing through Tuesday morning.
“Winds will gust to around 50 mph at times, especially over and to the lee of high ground.
“The strongest winds are expected to the west of Dartmoor and across parts of west Cornwall where gusts of 55-60 mph are likely which may lead to some disruption.”
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