UK weather: Storm Malik forecast to act ‘flinchingly’ this weekend as the Met Office issues yellow warnings UK News

Winds up to 80mph are expected to batter up a large part of the UK in coming days with life-threatening, repairing damage, power cuts and travel distraction.

The Met Office received yellow weather warnings for Storm Malik, while “blow looking” deals on country and highways throughout the northwestern regions this weekend and Monday, with it bringing rain and strong gales.

Amber warning has been issued in east Scotland, where damaged wind gusts will probably disturb road, rail, air and ferry services. Power supplies and mobile telephone coverage may also be affected.

UK weather: The latest Sky News forecast

Amber and yellow warnings in place of Saturn. Pic: Met Office

The attack could reach as far as 80mph in open maritime areas, but at a greater distance than 60mphs when a system of heavy pressure passes through northern Ireland, Scotland and the middle of England, which leads eastward toward Denmark.

The seers stirred up the danger of injury and the danger of life by flying havoc and large waves along the sea-front.

Warnings are in place between 4am on Saturday and noon Monday.

Meteorologist Chief Meteorologist Paul Gundersen said: “Storm strikes will be greater in Denmark on Sunday, but the weather track in the preceding hours means that the UK will be treated brightly as Malik moves eastward on Saturday.

“Northeast in the UK there will be high winds and heavy rain on Saturday, with perhaps winter storms on high ground in the north.

“Highest winds are expected in open maritime areas in the North and East of Scotland, but it will be a very windy day”.

Met Office
Sunday. Pic: Met Office

Further south, the weekend storm will cause some gusts of wind, with some slight rain.

Storm Malik was named to the Danish Meteorology Institute, with the biggest impact expected there.

It forms part of a group of northern European countries which they call storms.

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Monday.  Pic: Met Office
Monday. Pic: Met Office

The Met Office discusses storms in association with Met Eireann Ireland and the Meteorological Service of the Netherlands.

The next storm to directly impact Ireland, the Netherlands and the UK will be called Storm Corrie, according to this year’s official weather index.

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