WINDS of up to 70mph could hit parts of Rotherham tomorrow.
An area of low pressure coming in from the Atlantic is expected to bring the strongest winds on Tuesday night from 8pm, lasting to 10am on Wednesday morning.
"Road, rail and air services may be affected with longer journey times and cancellations possible".
The forecaster warned of some very strong west, veering northwest, winds expected to affect western and south western coastal counties tomorrow evening, overnight and into Monday morning with very high seas along the coasts during this period.
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The Met Office says the winds may cause travel disruption, with a "small chance" of power cuts and damage to buildings.
Wind speeds could reach 70mph on Tuesday and Wednesday, focusing on the East Midlands, north east England, north west England, Wales and Yorkshire & Humber.
A Met Eireann spokesman said: "Heavy rain or showers expected, with accumulations of 30 to 50 mm, with the highest totals on mountains in those five counties".
The unsettled weather here in the United Kingdom is not related to the storms now battering the USA and Caribbean, with Hurricane Irma bringing 130mph winds and storm surges to Florida.
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