The Met Office warning states that strong winds could result in some short-term loss of power, damage to buildings and delays to some rail, air and ferry services.
Those same forecasters from the Met Office are predicting the weather front will build over the coming day before reaching us around 9am on Wednesday. "Winds will moderate across the south of the warning area by evening and then across remaining parts overnight".
The recent cold and sunny spell, which brought a covering of snow to parts of the United Kingdom, is set to be blown away by heavy rain and gales, some severe, in the middle of the week.
Met Office spokesman Richard Miles said the warnings are at the "lower end of the impact scale", but advised people to be cautious in the conditions.
Heavy rain and gales are expected to hit the United Kingdom later this week, as Storm Diana sweeps in from the Atlantic.
There's a further warning of strong winds through from 3am to 3pm on Thursday (29 November).
Image The weather forecast for the next two days. Kort Veðurstofa Íslands
A status Orange alert has been issued for six counties in the West, South and Southeast.
Looking further ahead, a period of bitterly cold weather is expected from mid-December, with snow possible.
"Wind gusts of 60 miles per hour are expected, with a few, more exposed, locations seeing 70 miles per hour gusts".
The weather caused 62 flights from Heathrow to be cancelled and 380 to be delayed by more than 15 minutes on Tuesday morning. The rain will be heavy giving downpours with the chance of flooding locally, but brighter weather with showers will follow gradually from the southwest.
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