Map reveals where Storm Dudley and Eunice will hit massive 90mph gales to blast Britain TOMORROW

Forecasters have predicted where two storms will hit as massive 90mph gales are set to blast Britain from tomorrow.

Storm Dudley is expected to hit the country from Wednesday – sparking fears that high winds will rip roofs off homes and knock out power – before Storm Eunice makes landfall on Friday.


Weather warnings are in place ahead of the arrival of both stormsCredit: Met Office
Storm Dudley will hit the UK for the first time with wet and windy weather on Wednesday


Storm Dudley will hit the UK for the first time with wet and windy weather on WednesdayCredit: PA

The latest Met Office weather map has indicated exactly where the storms will hit amid a series of weather warnings.

Storm Dudley will be the scariest in Strathclyde, Yorkshire, North West and East England and parts of South West Scotland.

Scotland and the north of England are first in the line of fire for low pressure systems, both under orange alert.

The fourth named storm of the winter Dudley also left the whole of Scotland and Northern Ireland under a yellow weather warning.

But “all parts of the UK” will feel the wrath of the “strong and disruptive” winds, causing chaos across the country.

And Storm Eunice will follow on Friday – battering Britons with snow blizzards and intense gusts.

Britons have been warned that road, rail, air and ferry services will be affected by the turbulent gales – some roads and bridges may be closed.

There is a risk of injury and life threatening from flying debris as the country battles with blistering 90mph westerly winds.

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Although “there is still some uncertainty in the timing and location of the strongest”, the Met said gales could reach up to 90mph in some places.

Met Office meteorologist Tom Morgan warned that “the southern parts of England and Wales will see their turn” of both storms.

After Dudley’s wrath, Britain’s fifth storm of the season will come into play – as high winds forced a yellow weather warning for Friday.

Covering the whole of Wales, England, Northern Ireland and southern Scotland, Storm Eunice will hit in the early hours of Friday and continue until 9pm.

The Met predicted that “extremely strong winds could develop over the South West of England early Friday, before spreading north and east in the morning”.

Eunice is also classed as a “life threatening” weather warning – bringing 80mph winds, snow and blizzard conditions.

The warning reads: “Storm Eunice is likely to affect the UK on Friday bringing a period of very strong winds which could cause significant disruption.


“There is a small chance that flying debris will cause a hazard to life, with fallen trees, damage to buildings and homes, ripped roofs and downed power lines.

“There is a small chance that injuries and life-threatening conditions could occur from large waves and beach material being thrown onto seafronts, coastal roads and properties.”

The Met Office added: “In addition to the wind there is potential for a period of snow and possibly blizzard conditions, most likely over northern England, parts of Scotland, Ireland North and North Wales.

“However, a lot depends on the path of the weather system and most places will see heavy rain instead.”

The three-day double storm comes after Storm Malik and Storm Corrie brought strong gale force winds that caused widespread disruption across the country this year.

Along with the intense wind, stormy weather and showers are expected to stir in the UK through to Sunday.

But gales aren’t the only severe weather Britons will face this week – with snowfall on the cards from Wednesday.

Parts of Scotland are bracing for snow – which could last nearly EIGHT days.

Forecasters have warned gusts could reach up to 90mph


Forecasters have warned gusts could reach up to 90mphCredit: Getty
Every part of the country should feel the effects of Storm Dudley and Eunice


Every part of the country should feel the effects of Storm Dudley and EuniceCredit: Alamy

Dale D. Schrum