Storm Doris is bringing warnings of wet, windy and wintry weather tomorrow - with many of us being told to be prepared for very unsettled conditions.
Heavy snow is expected for northern England and southern Scotland.
Accumulations of 10 to 15 cm are likely quite widely in the 'amber warning area' with 20 to 30 cm falling on hills above 300 metres.
This will lead to disruption to transport and perhaps power supplies.
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Mainly dry with sunny spells through the day and just a chance of the odd shower, wintry over the Pennines.
Feeling chilly with strong, gusty westerly winds.
Maximum Temperature 9 °C.
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