Very strong winds are forecast to affect northern parts of the UK during Monday and Tuesday.
On Monday southerly winds are most likely to gust between 55 and 65 mph across much of the warning area with the potential for gusts of 80 mph in coastal areas.
On Tuesday southwesterly winds are most likely to gust between 50 and 60 mph with the potential for gusts of 70 mph across the Central Belt of Scotland and parts of Northeast England.
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Friday will remain unsettled with coastal gales and outbreaks of rain, heaviest over the hills.
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A spell of very windy weather is likely on Monday in association with ex-hurricane Ophelia.
Some delays to road, rail, air and ferry transport are possible.
Southerly winds are most likely to gust between 50 and 60 mph across much of the warning area with perhaps gusts of 70 to 80 mph in more exposed parts.
A further RAIN WARNING has been issued for Cumbria.
It comes into force at 3am tomorrow morning and lasts until 7pm.
Normally this amount of rainfall would not warrant a warning, but after yesterday's downpours the area is already saturated.
Heavy and at times persistent rain is expected during Friday.
Bus and train services will probably be affected with journey times taking longer.
Spray and flooding on roads is also probable making journey times longer.
Flooding of a few homes and business is possible.