Storm Brian about to hit Britain with Powerful 80MPH winds!

The Met Office has issued a yellow warning for the south, western England and Wales with strong winds and potential flooding predicted.

The UK and Ireland will be subjected to its second named storm of the year after ex-Hurricane Ophelia caused three deaths on Monday.

Storm Brian has been caused by a low pressure “weather bomb” in the Atlantic and will smash into UK with winds of up to 80MPH!

The latest Met Office warning reads as follows:

“Between 04:00 Sat 21st and 23:59 Sat 21st

A spell of strong winds is expected. Western and southern coastal transport routes and communities are likely to be affected by large waves and spray, with potential for flooding of properties. Some transport disruption is likely across the whole warning area, with delays to road, rail, air and ferry transport. Short term loss of power and other services is also possible, as well as damage to trees.”

Stormy weather set to continue as Storm Brian is next to smash in to Ireland followed by wales & parts of England!

Parts of the UK are reeling in the aftermath of Ophelia, However the stormy weather looks set to return in time for the weekend!

Potentially the 2nd UK named storm of the season could see winds pack a punch of 70-80MPH.

The Met Office is yet to officially name this one as there is scope for changes in the strength, However South East Ireland, Wales & the South West of England look to be in the firing line.

The timings currently see the South East of Ireland bare the brunt around 3am Saturday morning before Wales and the South West of England Face the most dangerous conditions between 6am and midday. Whilst these areas are likely to see the strongest winds during the middle of the day parts of the midlands will also see wind gusts of 40-60mph.

With time for things to change this is one storm we will keep an eye on and update you with over the next few days.