UK weather: 65mph gusts set to bash Brits as Met Office issues yellow weather warning

Weather: Yellow warning issued for incoming Storm Corrie

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The UK’s national weather service has issued a yellow weather warning for the northwest and northeast of Scotland as some areas could face 65mph gusts of wind. It covers an area just north of Perth, including Aberdeen and Inverness.

Central Tayside and Fife, Grampian, Highlands and Eileen Star and Orkney and Shetland are the regions that will be affected.

It will be in place from 6am until 6pm.

According to the Met Office it is likely there will be some short-term loss of power.

Some bus and train services are also likely to affected.

As a result, some services will take longer.

It is possible that in some coastal communities, sea fronts and coastal communities will be affected by spray or large waves.

Strong winds will arrive early on Tuesday morning blowing in a north-westerly direction and they are expected to persist throughout the day.

Gusts of up to 50mph are expected. 

However, they could reach as high as 55mph to 65mph in certain areas.
These include Sutherland, Caithness and Orkney.

Wind speeds will be less than experienced in storms Malik and Corrie.

Although recently weakened trees and other structures could be prone to further damage.

By evening the winds are forecast to ease. 

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