Britain is once again bracing itself for a winter storm to hit with Storm Barra lurking off the Atlantic coast and due to make landfall on Tuesday morning.
Strong winds are expected alongside heavy rains in places with that rain turning to snow across higher ground in northern England and Scotland.
A Met Office yellow warning for strong winds is in place for much of the country from Tuesday (December 7) and Hull and East Yorkshire is no exception.
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The meteorological service is warning that gusts of between 45-50 mph will be experienced across the country but with stronger spells of between 60-70 mph for some coastal locations.
The yellow warning, rated as medium likelihood, says: "A deep area of low pressure moving in across the UK from the Atlantic is likely to bring high winds to many parts of the UK.
"Strong winds arriving into the west through the morning, spreading inland and reaching eastern areas through the afternoon and early evening.
"Gusts of 45-50 mph are expected widely, with 60-70 mph in exposed coastal locations. Strongest winds will ease across inland areas into the overnight period."
The weather warning is in place for the vast majority of the UK from 9am until 11.59pm tomorrow (December 7).
Here is where and when Storm Barra will be at its worst in Hull and East Yorkshire on Tuesday:
The Met Office forecast has gusts of 30 mph beginning at 1pm reaching speed of 47mph by 5pm. Heavy spells of rain expected between 3pm and 6pm with 'feels like ' temperatures hovering around freezing for the entire day.
Wind speeds pick up slower in Beverley with gusts of up to 32 mph expected by 2pm reaching a high of 43 mph between 5 pm and 6pm. The heaviest of the rain is expected between 4pm and 6pm with real feel temperatures starting at a chilly -4 degrees and hovering around freezing for much of the day.
Lower wind speeds are expected in Driffield, 31 mph gusts begin at 2pm hitting their height at 6pm with gusts of up to 42 mph. Rain expected between 4pm and 7pm with real feel temperatures hovering around a very chilly -2 degrees.
Winds once again pick up around 1pm with gusts of up to 33 mph reaching highs of 53 mph at 6pm. Rain is expected between 4pm and 7pm with temperatures again starting at a very cool -4 degrees and hovering around freezing for most the day.
It will be a windy one in Hornsea with gusts of 32 mph at 1pm reaching speeds of 52 mph by 6pm. A short spell of heavy rain is expected between 4pm and 7pm with 'feels like' temperatures hovering around -1 degree throughout.
A similar wind pattern is expected for Withernsea with gusts if 33 mph arriving at 1pm and accelerating to a bracing 52 mph by 6pm. The worst of the rain is expected between 4pm and 8pm with cool temperatures feeling more like -1 degree throughout the day.
It will be a windy but dry start in Goole with gusts of 32mph by 1pm reaching speeds of 42 mph by 4pm. The rain will arrive with heavy spells starting at 3pm and lasting until 6pm.
Gusts of wind reaching 31 mph will arrive in Howden from 1pm on Tuesday with highs of 42 mph expected by 4pm. Rain is forecast between 3pm and 6pm with real feel temperatures averaging out around -2 degrees.
Those gusts of wind will arrive for Pocklington at 1pm with gusts of 31 mph rising to 43 mph by 5pm. Temperatures hovering around -2 and -3 degrees for much of the day when wind chill is factored in and the worst of the rain is expected between 3pm and 7pm.
Winds approaching 30 mph are expected in Market Weighton at 1pm and reach speeds of 42 mph by 5pm. Rain expected between 3pm and 7pm with real feel temperatures somewhere around -1 and -2 degrees for much of the day.
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