The Met Workplace has issued a yellow climate warning for sturdy wind with gusts as much as 70 mph which has been prolonged to the south-east of England.
On Wednesday night within the south-east there’s a likelihood of “heavy outbreaks of rain and thunder” the Met Workplace stated.
Coastal areas akin to Devon and Cornwall are prone to be worst affected and forecasters have warned there could possibly be energy outages with disruption to roads and ferries.
Met Workplace spokesman Stephen Dixon stated, “There’s prone to be some warning updates from us of winds with some related rain all through the day with gusts as much as 60-70mph this morning and a few heavy rains accompanying.
“Coastal areas, significantly Devon and Cornwall, are prone to see the worst of this with potential short-term losses of energy and disruption to journey.
“This can be a low-pressure system that’s constructing in from the west and is ready to worsen all through the course of the day.”