50mph winds set to sweep across Dorset

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The yellow warning from the Met Office is in place for large parts of the country, including Suffolk, Norfolk and Cambridgeshire, from 9am on Wednesday and 7am on Thursday. The Met Office has warned of delays to road, rail, air and ferry transport.

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The rain is expected in Sheffield from around noon and is due to last for the rest of the day, with some outbreaks heavy.

"Winds will gradually ease from the west during the night, finally easing from the far south-east of England around dawn on Thursday".

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The strong winds will be accompanied by heavy rain with many places seeing between 25mm and 50mm. The impact of the heavy rain will be worsened by strong winds across many parts of the warning area. "There remains some uncertainty regarding where the heaviest snow will fall".

Kent is set to be battered by extreme winds of up to 70mph, according to the Met Office.

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"2-5 cm (0.7in - 1.9in) of snow is likely for many parts with 10-20 cm (3.9in - 7.8in) possible in places, mainly over higher ground". Bus and train services will also be affected with journey times taking longer.

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