The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for wind for parts of the North East.
The warning states that robust winds are possible to trigger delays to highway, rail and ferry providers with a possible of gusts reaching up to 70mph in areas of the UK.
The warning is in place from the early hours of Tuesday morning till 6pm the identical day.
An announcement on the warning mentioned: “A spell of windy weather is predicted throughout Northern Ireland, Scotland, northern England and north Wales throughout Tuesday.
“Strong south to south-westerly winds will gust 50-60 mph at occasions, however there may be the potential for gusts of 70mph for jap coastal districts of Northern Ireland, the Western Isles, throughout the Pennines, north Wales and maybe the Moray coast throughout the morning.
“Winds will ease throughout a lot of Northern Ireland and the north-western half of Scotland throughout the afternoon, earlier than easing throughout the relaxation of the areas.”
The areas of the area impacted are County Durham and Northumberland.
What to count on:
- Some delays to highway, rail, air and ferry transport are possible
- Probably some bus and practice providers affected, with some journeys taking longer
- Delays for high-sided autos on uncovered routes and bridges possible
- It’s possible that some coastal routes, sea fronts and coastal communities affected by spray and/or giant waves
- Some quick time period loss of energy and different providers is feasible
The weather forecast for the area right this moment states: “Cloudy with rain, some heavy and protracted, particularly on the hills throughout the day. Perhaps some sheltered jap parts staying largely dry.
“A windy day, with native gales, particularly on hills. Despite the wind and rain it should keep delicate. Maximum temperature 11°C.”