Wind on the way to batter region
The Herald|December 06, 2021
MET OFFICE WARNING IN PLACE TOMORROW
DANIEL CLARK

THE Met Office has issued a warning of strong winds battering the whole of the South West tomorrow.

The yellow warning, issued yesterday morning, is in place from 9am to 11.59pm tomorrow, and covers the majority of the country.

The whole of the South West is covered – including Plymouth, the rest of Devon, and Cornwall – with strong winds expected to affect much of the UK for much of the day, with potential travel disruption in places.

The warning from the Met Office reads: “Some delays to road, rail, air and ferry transport are likely.

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