Published: Tue, March 12, 2019
World Media | By Shelia Harmon

Denver Weather: Stormy Week Ahead To Include Fog, Wind, Rain And Snow

Denver Weather: Stormy Week Ahead To Include Fog, Wind, Rain And Snow

The Met Office has issued two further yellow weather warnings for wind - the first of which covers much of Northern Ireland, and will begin at 3pm on Tuesday and last until midnight.

The warnings will be in place from 12pm tomorrow until early Wednesday morning.

Met Office warns that conditions could lead to travel disruption and and potentially risky roads, particularly on untreated surfaces.

Met Office Chief Meteorologist Dan Suri said: "Wintry showers will also continue for many tonight and the hills and mountains of Scotland and Northern Ireland could see a few cms of lying snow above 200 to 300 metres".

Gusts of 70-75mph are likely along northern coasts, perhaps up to 80mph for a time.
Winds will ease gradually here through Wednesday morning.

Ahead of the approaching storm you can expect today's weather to be similar to Saturday in most areas only without the strong wind.

Storm Gareth is expected to hit the United Kingdom on Tuesday, bringing wind speeds up to 80mph and heavy rain.

"Falling onto already wet ground, 20-40mm of rainfall is expected quite widely with 50-60mm possible over higher ground in Cumbria".

"Some of the highest gusts then will be in coastal areas of southwest England where in some exposed spots gusts close to 65 miles per hour are possible".

Tomorrow will bring a mix of scattered showers and sunny spells, with longer spells of rain in the afternoon, and turning increasingly windy tomorrow with strong to gale force winds in the afternoon, and potentially damaging gusts in coastal areas by tomorrow evening.

A band of heavy rain will also push south-eastwards, and will be followed by some heavy showers during Tuesday and Wednesday.

Only the south of England escapes the warning.

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