Met Éireann issue weather warning for SEVEN counties ahead of Storm Caroline
05 December, 2017, 23:55 | Author: Jason Torres
The Met Office has issued severe weather warnings for the United Kingdom as Storm Caroline heads toward Britain.
The Met Office has issued a wind warning for Scotland from 8am to 11.55pm on Thursday, saying gusts of 60mph to 70mph are expected widely, with 80mph possible near north-facing mainland coasts and across the Isles.
The warning comes into effect at 3am on Thursday and will be in place until 8pm.
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Met Office deputy chief forecaster, Chris Bulmer, said: "On Friday conditions will be cold enough for any showers that we do see to fall as snow across the country".
It will be in force from Friday morning until Saturday at 6pm.
The Met Office is predicting that up to 5cm of snowfall is expected for some parts of the county, with up to 20cm also possible for many on high ground.
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Scotland is expected to be hit by severe winds.
The strong winds may affect Scotland's road, rail, air and ferry services, and longer journey times and cancellation of services are possible.
"The heaviest and most frequent of the snow showers will progressively become confined to north-east Scotland during Saturday".
"Probably some icy patches on some untreated roads, pavements and cycle paths".
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