London Weather: Met Office issues amber weather warning as strong winds are expected to hit the city

The Met Office issued a yellow weather warning for two days this week as strong winds are expected to hit the city.

In the second week of March, the temperature is expected to rise slightly compared to the icy individual digital temperatures we saw last week, but the bad weather is not quite behind us yet.

A yellow weather warning was issued for Wednesday March 10 and Thursday March 11, as it was predicted that high winds will hit the city, accompanied by heavy and fiery showers that can cause disruption.

A yellow weather warning means people can expect delays in road, rail, air and ferry travel, while some bus and rail links may be affected.

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People should also be aware that short-term power outages and other services are possible.

On Wednesday (March 10th) highs of only 10 ° C and heavy rain will be seen.

The unclear weather will continue on Thursday (March 11th) with strong winds, however the rain should clear and we should see some sunny intervals instead, according to the Met Office.

The weather warning was lifted by Friday and it is predicted that we will see cloudy skies with light showers in the afternoon.

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The weather is likely to remain choppy all weekend and into the next week with wind and some rainfall.

Temperatures are expected to stay the same, but they may get milder as the weather calms down next week.

London Herald