Gusts of wind at more than 60mph could strike tomorrow – yellow weather warning issued
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Strong winds gusting up to 65mph are likely to hit Suffolk and Essex tomorrow.
The Met Office has issued a yellow warning for strong winds affecting most of eastern England with disruption expected as a result.
Phil Garner from East Anglian forecasters Weatherquest said: “We have got a deeper low running in from the west and some quite strong winds on the southern side of that low.
“As the low pressure moves across England we will see some strong winds in the local area.
“The winds will be strongest in the evening, easing later in the night.”
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Mr Garner said gusts could be between 60 and 65mph, the strongest they will be this week.
He added Wednesday night could see high winds as well, dying down early on Thursday, but these would not be as strong.
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The winds tomorrow night could be strong enough to cause fences to fall over or for branches to fall from trees, so members of the public are advised to expect some disruption on Wednesday morning.