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Storm Emily May Affect Christmas Travel In U.K.

Storm Emily is threatening north Ireland and northwest Scotland on the days leading up to Christmas. Donegal, northern Ulster, Hebrides, the western and northern mainland of the Highland region in Scotland are also at risk.

Storm Emily is expected to approach with very strong winds to the first two regions mentioned, through tonight and early on Thursday morning. As for the rest of the U.K. They will likely experience wet and windy weather with inland wind gusts up to 50 MPH. The wind and rain are expected to travel to the North Sea.

On Thursday, Scotland will likely experience cold, windy weather, with snow in the highlands. Saturday will remain windy (there may even be gale-force winds, and gale means it is very strong). The weather will probably still be unsettled during Christmas.

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Source: Weather.com

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