Storm Caroline to hit Britain TONIGHT with 'flying debris' and 90mph gales

Posted December 07, 2017

It added: "Not everyone will get snow".

In London the predictions are that there will be two inches of snow at around 6pm on Monday. It is expected to be lighter than in the south, but some parts could see a couple of inches.

Forecasters also said that areas outside the warning zone are also likely to experience windy conditions on Thursday.

It will take effect from 4pm tomorrow, with snow expected on higher ground in the Midlands.

Winds are forecast to strengthen across parts of Britain on Wednesday ahead of the arrival of Storm Caroline.

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According to weather forecast, Storm Caroline is expected to hit Scotland this Thursday, with forecast winds of up to 80mph (130kph) along withsevere weather warning for northern Scotland.

Accumulations of snow of up to 3cm could fall in places on Thursday and Friday, forecasters have warned north and northwest counties will be "most at risk".

Met Office urged that the conditions could disrupt travel.

"Overnight, the main feature will be the increase in wind as Caroline starts to come in towards the end of the night".

"At the moment we have a yellow weather warning in place, but it could be upgraded to amber".

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Some roads and railways likely to be affected with longer journey times by road, bus and for train services.

"It is likely that some coastal routes, sea fronts and coastal communities will be affected by spray and/or large waves".

Nearly half of the 159 people working on the Ninian South platform, located 75 miles east of Shetland, have been removed after safety checks on its steel support structure.

Storm Caroline is forecast to arrive in the United Kingdom tomorrow, causing gale winds, snow and freezing temperatures.

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