Posted: Sun 24th Sep 2023

Weather warning issued with blustery conditions forecast for Wrexham

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This article is old - Published: Sunday, Sep 24th, 2023

A yellow weather warning has been for mid-week with blustery conditions currently being forecast.

The Met Office say that gusts could reach up to 40mph on Wednesday (27 September) night.

According to the Met Office a spell of “strong winds is expected to move northeast through Wednesday, with a small chance that they could be significantly disruptive.”

Currently the warning is in place from 10am on Wednesday through until 7am on Thursday (28 September).

A Met Office spokesperson said: “A deep area of low pressure is expected to approach southwest Ireland early on Wednesday, and track across northern parts of the UK before clearing early Thursday.

“There is some uncertainty on the precise track and depth of the low, however the most likely outcome at present is for a wide swathe of 50 to 60 mph gusts to affect inland areas, perhaps locally stronger over and to the lee of hills in the north.

“Some Irish Sea coasts could see gusts of 65 to 75 mph, with a small chance of 80 mph gusts on the most exposed coasts and headlands.”



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