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Beginning 6pm Wednesday and ending 6pm Thursday, the yellow warning covers high-speed winds that will affect most of the country.
Powerful gusts up to 60 to 70mph are predicted inland, whilst gusts could reach extreme speeds of 80 to 90mph on Scotland’s hills and exposed coasts.
There is a chance of “injuries and danger to life” from flying debris, the Met Office warned.
There is “still uncertainty” about exactly when and where the strongest winds will blow, but the forecaster has already issued a weather warning days in advance.
Here’s all the information about the wind weather warning in Scotland.
Very strong winds are predicted to develop across the western Scotland and northern Northern Ireland on Wednesday.
Then overnight Wednesday, the strong gusts will sweep eastward across most of Scotland and northern England on Thursday.
“A very unsettled week to come with a powerful jet stream fuelling rapidly deepening areas of low pressure,” the Met Office tweeted.
“This will bring #strong winds and #gales across parts of the country this week.”
Central, Tayside & Fife
Highlands & Eilean Siar
North West England
Orkney & Shetland
Southwest Scotland, Lothian Borders
Yorkshire & Humber