The weather has been called ‘unseasonal’ (Picture: Hugh R Hastings/Getty Images)
The Met Office has issues yellow warnings as ‘unseasonal’ strong winds and heavy rain will disrupt this weekend’s weather.
Winds reaching up to 50mph are expected to bring ‘disruption’ to South Wales and southwest England throughout Friday.
The other warning has been issued for eastern parts of England, which is set to have an ‘unseasonably windy day’ on Saturday.
Public transport and driving conditions may be impacted.
The Met Office said: ‘Two yellow National Severe Weather Warnings or wind have been issued highlighting the potential for impacts such as travel disruption to South Wales and southwest England on Friday and the south and east of England on Saturday.’
Heavy rain will also sweep northeastwards on Friday morning.
Thunder is also possible, particularly in the west of the UK.
Paul Gunderson, chief meteorologist at the Met Office, said: ‘Strong winds will develop across the South West early on Friday, pushing further north across parts of Wales through the day.
The strong winds will reach up to 50mph (Picture: Tolga Akmen/AFP)
‘Gusts of 35 to 45mph are likely quite widely for a time, with gusts over 50mph affecting some coasts and hills, mainly across Cornwall and west Wales.’
Temperatures will remain on the cooler side, with highs of 20C on Friday and 21 on Saturday.
Mr Gunderson said: ‘This is an unusual time of year for such strong winds and, with many people on holiday or planning outdoor activities, they are likely to cause some disruption.
‘In addition, heavy rain could lead to standing water and spray on roads and consequently difficult driving conditions. Winds are expected to ease through the evening.’
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