Travelers should expect disruptions due to high winds throughout Scotland and North and Central England, forecasters warn. According to the Met Office, disruptions may include flying debris, power cuts, and damage to buildings. A yellow weather warning for wind is in place for Scotland and the North East of England, and a rain warning is in place for North Wales.
Forecaster Jonathan Vautrey advises travelers to prepare for potential cancellations and delays, as the winds could lead to debris on roads and railway tracks. In addition, power cuts could occur, impacting holiday travel plans. Meteorologist Liam Eslick also discussed the possibility of snow on Christmas Day in Scotland, but milder temperatures and rain are expected for much of the country.
To stay updated on the latest weather forecasts, travelers can visit the Met Office website.