Here comes Doris! Alarming graphics show ominous storm clouds heading towards Britain across the Atlantic bringing 70mph winds and flooding

Mail Online | 2/1/2017 | Rebecca Taylor;Alexander Robertson For Mailonline
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Wednesday may be the calm before the storm as this dramatic image across the Atlantic of the pressure heading to Britain shows.

Although most of the country will experience a window of drier and brighter weather today, the rain will be beginning to work its way west throughout Wednesday, as Storm Doris moves closer.

Photo - Nasa - Bands - Pressure - Way

This photo from Nasa shows bands of low pressure way across the Atlantic, with Britain preparing to be battered by 100mph gales in the next few days.

The next storm is due to be named Doris, though the Met Office has not yet named this system and does not have any named storms at the moment.

Warnings - Wind - Place - Parts - UK

Yellow warnings of wind are still in place across parts of the UK on Wednesday lunchtime, including Wales, the Midlands, and the south of England.

A spokesman for the Met Office warned the strong winds could cause travel disruption over the course of the next few days before the weekend arrives.

Storm - Doris - Storm - Country

The storm, which would be called Doris, is an 800-mile wide storm and it is not entirely clear how the country will be affected.

A Met Office forecaster told the MailOnline: 'Today is a small window of drier and brighter weather but bands of rain are beginning to work into western parts in the afternoon.

'This - Eastwards - Rest - Today - Tomorrow

'This will work eastwards during the rest of today and tomorrow starts the kind of unsettled trend of this weather.

'The winds will start to increase tomorrow. It will be wet and windy across many parts of the UK but at this stage, nothing out of the ordinary for this time of year.

Force - Gusts - Coast - Way - Impact

'Gale force gusts are expected all along the coast but we are not expecting too much in the way of impact.

'The yellow warning is in place for Friday. There is an area of low pressure moving in...
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