Met Office upgrades wind warning for storm Ophelia's tail

2,000 homes are still without power after strong winds from ex-hurricane Ophelia caused damage across north Wales.

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Warning as ex-hurricane Ophelia's tail approaches Wales

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A yellow 'be aware' warning of gales across much of Wales starts at noon with the approach of ex-hurricane Ophelia's tail.

The Met Office says gusts of up to 80 miles an hour could hit the coast. Some ferry services between Holyhead and Ireland have already been cancelled.

The warning ends at midnight.

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