Storm Eunice: Lively winds and snow forecast
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The Met Office has issued an amber weather warning for most of the UK for Friday when the storm is expected to hit with winds of up to 100mph in some areas.
Meteorologist Scott Duncan warned the storm is “not your usual wind storm” and is “really concerning”.
Yellow warnings for wind and snow have also been issued for much of the North and Scotland.
Storm Eunice follows Storm Dudley which hit on Wednesday which left around 14,000 people without power.
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‘Just the beginning of an exceptional wind episode’, warns meteorologist
A meteorologist in Scotland has warned that Storm Dudley was “just the beginning of an exceptional wind episode”.
Storm Eunice is due to hit the UK on Thursday night into Friday.
Scott Duncan said the upcoming conditions are “really concerning” and is likely to cause “significant damage”.
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