Chance to change flights ahead of Storm Caroline disruption

Chance to change flights ahead of Storm Caroline disruption

Chance to change flights ahead of Storm Caroline disruption

Friday will also be cold, Met Éireann said, with sunshine and scattered rain, hail, sleet and snow showers, and temperatures of 3 to 6 degrees in gusty northwesterly winds.

Once Storm Caroline has passed, a yellow snow and ice warning is in place for Scotland, Northern Ireland, western England and Wales, on Friday.

Storm Caroline, the third Atlantic storm this season, is due to affect Ireland between about 3am and 8pm on Thursday, generating winds of 55-65km/h, with gusts of up to 110 km/h in coastal areas and on high ground, as it passes on its way towards northern Scotland.

Two weather warnings have been issued by the Met Office between Thursday and Saturday.

When the storm eases on Friday, a blast of freezing air from Russian Federation - dubbed the "Beast from the East" - is forecast to send temperatures plummeting to lows of -8C. Strong northwest winds may cause drifting of the snow in places with blizzard conditions possible at times across northern Scotland.

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"Gusts of 60-70mph are expected quite widely, with gusts to 80mph possible near north-facing mainland coasts and across the isles".

The Met Office said the high winds were expected to damage buildings and cause flying debris, as well as power cuts, severe travel disruption and unsafe waves.

Road, rail, air and ferry services may be affected, while a loss of power in some areas is also possible.

Winds are forecast to strengthen across parts of Britain on Wednesday ahead of the arrival of Storm Caroline.

Coastal routes, seafronts and coastal communities are likely to be affected by spray or large waves.

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