DESPITE a mild temperature and sunny skies in Salisbury right now, this weather is not planning to stick around with Storm Eunice on the horizon.

From tomorrow, February 18, wind gusts of up to 65mph are expected in and around the city, as the storm makes its way across the country.

The Met Office has upped its previous weather warning from yellow to amber for the area, predicting that "significant disruption" will be caused by "extremely strong winds".

The warning is in place tomorrow, for the whole of south England and midlands, between 3am and 9pm.

Across northern England, Scotland and Ireland a yellow weather warning is still in place.

Throughout the storm, overcast skies, sunny intervals and light rain is expected locally, with 11 degrees as the highest temperature.

Dangerous winds and heavy downfall already caused chaos across the UK during Storm Dudley last night.

Responding to what to expect tomorrow, the Met Office says: "There is a good chance that flying debris could result in a danger to life.

"Damage to buildings and homes is likely, with roofs blown off and power lines brought down

"Roads, bridges and railway lines are likely to close, with delays and cancellations to bus, train, ferry services and flights.

"There is a good chance that power cuts, possibly prolonged, could occur and possibly affect other services, such as mobile phone coverage.

"It is likely there will be falling branches and some uprooted trees."

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