Storm Corrie is set to cause more disruption to the North East, with a yellow weather warning issued by the Met Office for Sunday and Monday.
The Met Office said that the storm – which will affect Scotland, Northern Ireland and the North of England was likely to cause travel disruption and generate dangerous conditions at the coast.
The Met Office said that Storm Corrie would bring a spell of very windy weather on Sunday before winds ease during Monday. North Sea coastal areas and high lying areas are likely to be worst affected.
The Met Office has issued an amber weather warning for heavy wind in Scotland tomorrow.
It comes as Storm Corrie is set to batter the nation on Sunday following havoc caused by Storm Malik today.
The warning has been issued from 5pm on Sunday to 6am on Monday as the severe weather is expected to cause significant disruption.
The Met Office warned that gusts of up to 80mph were to be expected as they issued a more severe warning of Amber compared to the yellow warning in place today.
Chief Meteorologist, Dan Suri, said: “Storm Corrie will bring very strong winds to the north of the UK, especially northern Scotland, on Sunday.
“Storm Corrie will bring gusts of up to 90mph in exposed coastal locations in northern Scotland, with 70-80mph gusts more widely in the north. With back-to-back storms there could be updates to severe weather warnings, so keep an eye on the Met Office forecast.”
Advice on what to expect includes flying debris that could lead to injuries or danger to life.
Damage to buildings and trees looks likely for a second day in a row, as does significant travel disruption.
The Met Office have warned to expect further power cuts and issues with mobile phone coverage during the storm.
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Source : Met Office
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