Met Office issues SEVERE warning as England ravaged by strong winds and heavy rain

Hurricane Dudley will hit this week

STORM Dudley could beat England this week as blistering 90mph gales are expected to hit 8 DAYS of snow on the card.

Britons will face power cuts and peril with a life warning this weekend – and the storm will be named if severe weather triggers an amber or red weather warning.

Weather warnings are in place for Wednesday and Thursday – covering Scotland, Northern Ireland and parts of northern England.

But dangerously strong winds could turn into Cyclone Dudley – Britain’s fourth named storm of the winter – if weather officials upgrade its severity before Wednesday.

The Met Office said: “There will be very strong winds at times, especially in the north. This is going to be a very volatile week.

“Tuesday has unsettled weather for many, with rain, before a deep low pressure system on Wednesday. It will be watched closely as it brings wet and windy conditions.

“And the changeable theme continues with more spells of wet and windy weather. Conditions in the north will sometimes be colder, with winter showers.” Met Office issues SEVERE warning as England ravaged by strong winds and heavy rain


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