THE UK is currently battling against strong winds and the UK’s weather situation looks set to become a lot worse.
The UK will be covered by a yellow weather warning today between midday and 3pm on Monday following Storm Eunice.
Winds are likely to strengthen across England and Wales ahead of a band of rain, which itself will turn increasingly squally.
Gusts of 55-60 mph are expected widely around south and west facing coasts, some of which may be more vulnerable than usual in the aftermath of Storm Eunice.
The news comes as a massive clean-up has begun today after Storm Eunice brought widespread damage, disruption and record-breaking 122mph gusts of wind to the UK – leading to the deaths of at least four people.
The treacherous conditions led to travel chaos, flight cancellations, power cuts and police forces being inundated with calls.
Train networks were plagued by flying debris – and there was extensive damage to buildings and homes with the roof of the O2 ripped off.
Read our weather live blog for the latest on Storm Eunice…