The Met Office has moved to issue warning across the UK, particularly in the north as Storm Dudley and Storm Eunice approach the UK threatening strong winds with gusts of up to 90mph.

The warning comes after Storm Malik and Storm Corrie brought strong gale force winds that caused widespread disruption across the country this year.

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The storms will bring strong spells of wind and possibly snow to the UK this week as yellow weather warnings are issued across parts of the UK.

The warning is in place Scotland-wide, stretching across to Northern Ireland and down to Yorkshire.

Met Office issue weather warning amid Storm Dudley and Storm Eunice

Met Office meteorologist, Tom Morgan, said: “This whole week is going to see quite a disturbed weather pattern developing across the UK”.

He said western parts of Scotland will “bear the brunt” of the strongest winds which could cause “widespread disruption,” adding that there’s a possibility the extreme weather could become a named storm itself.

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