The forecaster said that high winds might cause some Travel interrupted And cause losses in the worst-hit areas.
The amber warnings issued to northeast Scotland and northeast England stated that “flying debris is likely to cause personal injury or life-threatening danger”.
The Met Office said travel times in these areas “may be” longer, and rail, air and ferry services may be disrupted.
Yellow warnings have been issued in most parts of England (including the southwest, central, east and north), stating that the Alvin storm will bring speeds of up to 65 miles per hour to cities such as Plymouth, Bristol, Norwich, Manchester and Newcastle. gust.
Tan Suri, chief meteorologist at the Bureau of Meteorology, told Independence“The Arwen storm is related to the deep low pressure system, which will affect the northeast from Friday, but will also have a greater impact on the UK due to strong winds and heavy rain.
“As the storm sinks south [it] It will bring gusts of up to 65 mph in coastal areas, although slightly stronger in the northeast, it may exceed 75 mph in exposed areas. ”
Due to the Arctic storm, parts of the UK will also snow this weekend and the temperature will drop to freezing point.
Snow is expected to fall in the hilly areas of the north on Friday, and as the winter rain and snow mix continues until Saturday, it may snow anywhere except the far south-although the snow may be limited to the hills.
On Friday, the highest temperature in the south will reach 8 degrees Celsius, and the highest temperature in the north will reach 7 degrees Celsius. Although forecasters expect similar temperatures on Saturday, severe arctic winds from the north will make central Scotland feel like -2C, and London and its surrounding areas will feel like 0C.
Sunday is mainly dry and sunny, but thick clouds will accumulate in the northern and western regions during the day, and there may be drizzle later.