UK weather warning as Met Office issues yellow alert for strong gales tomorrow

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The Met Office has issued an urgent yellow weather warning to Brits as strong gales threaten to affect train services and commuter routers.

Strong northerly winds will thrash parts of East Anglia on Friday September 25, and the forecaster has said it is likely to cause some disruption.

The UK's weather service issued the warning on Thursday, and highlighted large parts of East Anglia, including Norwich, Ipswich Colchester, Harwich, Orford, Acle, Watton, Aylsham and Holt.

The warning reads: "Strong northerly winds may lead to some disruption from Friday morning and through the evening."

It also gave an indiction of what people can expect, which includes some delays to road, rail, air and ferry transport, as well as some bus and train services.

Journey are likely to take longer, The Met Office said, with further delays on exposed routes and bridges, such as the Dartford Crossing.

People may also experience a "short term loss" to power and other services, with some coastal routes, sea fronts and coastal communities affected by "large waves."

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