Storm Bronagh brings us our second named storm in as many days.
An area of strong winds is likely to develop across parts of Wales and southwest England during Thursday evening before spreading further eastwards across England.
The strongest winds are then expected to clear into the North Sea early on Friday.
Most likely is that we will see gusts of 45-50 mph in a few spots inland as well as more widely around exposed coasts.
However, there is a small chance that stronger winds will develop in some areas with 60-65 mph gusts possible, particularly overnight into Friday across eastern England.
The strong winds will accompanied by short-lived outbreaks of very heavy rain in places.
Storm Ali will continue to bring very strong winds to the region this afternoon and evening.
Some areas, perhaps most likely parts of southern Scotland and the far northeast of England as well as exposed coasts and high ground, could see gusts of 80 mph at times.
Winds will ease from the west later
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Storm Ali will bring a spell of very strong winds from early on Wednesday morning, these strong winds spread to far northwest England and central and southern Scotland by late morning.
Strong winds will be accompanied by heavy squally showers.
Wind speeds of 50-60mph are expected within the yellow warning area, up to 80mph gusts could be seen in the amber warning area.
Winds will ease from the west through the afternoon
Although now expected to bring less strong winds, the remnants of Storm Helene will move northeastwards across Wales and England during Monday night and Tuesday.
Winds are likely to gust 40-50 mph quite widely across the warning area whilst some coasts and hills could have gusts of 55-60 mph.
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