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Britain is bracing itself for four days of severe winds and wet weather that could spark power outages and travel chaos across the UK.
Strong winds of up to 70mph and rain ushered in by low pressure is set to batter the UK, as a yellow weather warning has been put in place across swathes of Britain from 10pm last night until 9am this morning.
Flood - Alerts - Place - Somerset - Cambridgeshire
Flood alerts have been put in place across Somerset, Cambridgeshire and Bristol as strong south-westerly winds push their way up the country.
While the winds are expected to calm down during the day today, it will remain breezy for most, with conditions expected to worsen again tomorrow.
Met - Office - Weather - Midday - Friday
The Met Office has issued another yellow weather warning from midday Friday through until 6pm on Saturday across England, Wales, North Ireland and southern parts of Scotland.
Meteorologist Sarah Kent said tomorrow was due to be 'wet and windy' with 'blustery showers'.
Met - Office - 'A - Spell - Winds
The Met Office said: 'A spell of strong winds will affect large parts of the UK leading to travel disruption [on Friday].
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