A major traffic route into Leeds city centre will be closed tomorrow following warnings of high winds.
The Council has taken the decision to shut the road past the Bridgewater Place tower - the tallest building in Yorkshire - after predictions that wind speeds in the area could reach 75mph tomorrow morning.
The move follows a recommendation made yesterday by a coroner at the inquest into the death of Edward Slaney who was hit by a lorry that flew through the air in windy conditions in March 2011.
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A combination of factors are combining to make this storm surge particularly powerful.
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