Storm Hector batters Britain with winds of up to 100mph

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Met Office forecaster Sophie Yeomans added: “Over the rest of England and Wales it will just be a strong, blustery day.

“With any outdoor events planned, it may be something people are unprepared for or come as unexpected compared to the weather we have had recently.”

Travel disruption is expected, and road, rail, air and ferry services could be badly affected.

It is also possible some buildings may be damaged, with a slight chance of power cuts in some parts – with the strongest winds expected in Argyll, near Oban. 

While the storm may dampen some outdoor plans, the Met Office is confident the hot, sunny weather should return before long, with the end of June set to be drier. 

2018-06-14 04:41:00

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