Caution urged as Storm Gareth arrives in Limerick

Caution urged as Storm Gareth arrives in Limerick

Caution urged as Storm Gareth arrives in Limerick

A yellow weather warning remains in place across Norfolk and Suffolk.

Rain will spread southeastwards over the country on Wednesday night with some heavy bursts, especially in Atlantic coastal counties.

Westerly winds will reach mean speeds of 50 to 65kph and gusts of 90 to 110kph.

As Storm Gareth arrives in Calderdale, and across Yorkshire, heavy rain and cool temperatures are expected, with a high of 10°C.

Met Office weather warnings are in place across the United Kingdom as Storm Gareth, which is expected to bring travel disruption and power cuts, approaches.

Met Éireann, the Irish meteorological service, also warned of "severe and damaging gusts" as the storm moved over the country.

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The UK Met Office has said Storm Gareth has been named by Met Eireann. High-sided vehicles and motorcyclists are particularly vulnerable to strong winds.

Police teams have issued travel warnings and advice with Storm Gareth bringing treacherous and unsafe driving conditions in Calderdale. In Cumbria and farther north, as much as 50-60mm is possible.

"There is also the risk of coastal flooding due to high seas".

Both warnings will be in place from 12pm tomorrow until early on Wednesday.

Gusts of 70-75mph are likely along northern coasts, perhaps up to 80mph for a time.

"Eastern areas might start getting some very strong winds by that point, but generally across much of the United Kingdom, it's going to be very windy this morning". Winds will gradually ease during Wednesday afternoon.

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