Storm Eleanor set to batter West Sussex

     BATTEN DOWN THE HATCHES Weather models show two bands of low pressure smashing into the UK

WX CHARTS BATTEN DOWN THE HATCHES Weather models show two bands of low pressure smashing into the UK

Carol Holt, the British Environment Agency's flood deputy manager, said that strong winds and large waves, combined with high tides, could trigger coastal flooding from Tuesday until Thursday.

Lives could be at risk with winds of up to 80mph expected as Storm Eleanor hits Britain, forecasters have warned.

"The wind will pick up again later on Tuesday and Wednesday as developing Storm Eleanor heads towards the United Kingdom and Ireland".

The Met Office weather system is now predicted to bring very strong winds later Tuesday, continuing overnight and on Wednesday.

Later this afternoon they will also be looking to issue Flood Warnings for areas along the coast where we forecast potential flooding of properties.

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It said public transport may be disrupted or cancelled, power cuts may occur and injuries from flying debris are possible.

The Met Office says Storm Eleanor will batter the coastline between 6pm and 8am tomorrow. Indeed, several people took to Twitter to share videos and pictures of flooding in and around the Galway area. "It could remain more unsettled in the south".

Rain will be persistent for a time early in the night with heavy, squally showers and a few clear spells following later.

"Drivers will need to take extra care and expect delays, even on motorways".

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