A stormy next 24 hours for the northern British Isles as Gareth get’s named!

Written by on March 11, 2019 in Rest of Europe, United Kingdom & Ireland with 0 Comments

Courtesy of a a bitterly cold air mass sweeping off North America, our beloved Atlantic jet stream is powering our way and forcing the rapid deepening of our next winter storm which arrives this evening.

Storm Gareth has been named by the Met Office for the likely disruption from wind, rain and high level snow.

The severe gales shall come in two parts. The first batch sweeps through tonight in association with Gareth’s cold front and the second, stronger and likely more disruptive winds arrive Tuesday night into Wednesday as the centre makes it’s closest approach.

0300 Tuesday AM.

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2100 Tuesday evening.

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Latest GFS wind gust projections for tonight.

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Tomorrow night.

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Expect N Ireland and Scotland to bear the brunt of the winds with 50-75 mph gusts tonight and 60 to 85 mph tomorrow night.

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