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Storm Kathleen is most likely to bring mayhem for 48 hours, maps recommend (Image: WXCharts)

Britain will be damaged with heavy rain and strong gusts as Storm Kathleen will trigger havoc for 48 hours throughout the weekend.

Most current weather condition maps have actually turned a mix of brilliant yellow, blue, red and orange portraying the uncertain weather over the weekend.

On Thursday, Storm Kathleen was called and is most likely to affect the west of England, Scotland, and Wales in addition to all of Northern Ireland on Saturday and Sunday.

It is the 11th storm to be called this season, which equates to the record embeded in 2015-16.

Weather condition maps turn great deals of various colours

Storm Kathleen is heading for UK (Image: WX Charts)

Jim Dales, a meteorologist with British Weather Services informed “It’s going to be a fight of components this weekend. The 4 components snow, rain, wind, and temperature levels are going to have their influence on different parts of the nation. On Friday, the Highlands and Grampian of Scotland would witness a bit of the lower ground snow.

“While rain is going to contribute to the sorrow and is going to affect the western side of the nation, consisting of Northern Ireland, Western Scotland, and South west Scotland, Cumbria, north of Wales and west Wales, south west wales will see one of the most of the rain in between Friday and Saturday.

“Northern Ireland, Western Scotland, the main belt of Scotland, Wales and south west will be the worst affected the strong gusts of 60-70mph.”

Weather condition map revealing Storm Kathleen

A storm system is heading for the UK (Image: WX Charts)

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The Met Office has actually released yellow extreme weather condition cautions, external legitimate from 8am to 10pm on Saturday.

Gusts of 50mph (80km/h) are anticipated rather extensively while more exposed seaside locations might experience gusts of as much as 70mph (113km/h).

The storm will strike Plymouth, Swansea, Conwy, Windermere, Carlisle, Dumfries, Edinburgh, Glasgow and the Isle of Arran. All of Northern Ireland will be covered by the storm.


    Rain hovering over the UK

    Weather condition maps reveal rain heading for the UK (Image: WX Charts)

    Met Office’s five-day projection


    Showery rain, some heavy throughout England and Wales will pave the way to brighter spells. More showers establishing, and later on damp and windy weather condition getting here from the southwest. Rather cloudy and cold more north, with irregular rain and hill snow.


    Wet and windy weather condition will move north and east throughout all however the Northern Isles over night. Snow impacting high ground in Scotland. Clearer, with blustery showers in the southwest later on.


    Rain cleaning eastwards, though sticking around throughout parts of the north, with additional hill snow here. Warm sunlight establishing throughout England and Wales, though with showers for a time. Normally windy.

    Outlook for Saturday to Monday:

    Rain cleaning to sunlight and showers on Saturday. Extremely windy, with winds in locations. Another day of sunlight and blustery showers on Sunday. Some more basic rain possible on Monday.

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