'danger To Life' Storm With Flying Debris Will Smash Britain Tomorrow

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Gusts will pick up this afternoon before brunt of storm will be felt during tomorrow's morning rush hour 
Northern England, Scotland and Northern Ireland are under weather warning from 3am to 3pm tomorrow
Met Office has warned of chance of power cuts in some parts of Britain and huge waves in coastal areas
Queen and Duchess of Sussex's first joint engagement opening bridge in Cheshire may be hit by strong gusts
Storm Eleanor batters Britain with 100mph gusts, heavy rain, hail and thunder and lightning (January 3)
Storm Fionn hits western areas with 85mph gusts in the Republic of Ireland and snow (January 16)
Storm David brings 93mph gusts to North Wales with 100,000 homes without power and rail services hit (January 18)
Storm Georgina brings winds gusting close to 115mph across the Scottish mountains (January 24)
The Beast from the Eas t and Storm Emma  bring the most significant spell of snow and cold since 2010 (February 28)
Britain has its warmest April day since 1949 as London hits 84.4F (29.1C) - still the warmest day of 2018 so far (April 19)
The country enjoys the hottest early May bank holiday Monday on record  with 83.6F (28.7C) in London (May 7)
Parts of England are hit by a week of thunderstorms  amid more than a month's worth of rain in areas (May 26 – June 1)  
Storm Hector arrives as with unseasonably windy conditions as Britain braces for 70mph winds (June 14)

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