Town to escape worst of storm.
Byline: DAVE HIMELFIELD email@example.com @Dave_Examiner
HUDDERSFIELD is expected to escape the worst of Storm Diana when it batters large parts of the UK this week.
But the town can still expect strong winds and heavy rain when the storm hits tomorrow and Thursday.
else The Met Office has issued yellow weather warnings for both days and while Huddersfield isn't within the warning zone it will still experience some stormy conditions.
Examiner weather expert Paul Stevens said tomorrow would see wind speeds increase in the morning with gusts reaching 50mph to 60mph.
According to the Met Office we can expect rain for a large part of tomorrow with an 80 per cent chance of heavy rain in the middle of the afternoon.
Winds will be quite strong with gusts of up to 40mph in the evening.
Top temperatures will be around 13.C (55.F).
Paul tweeted: "Wednesday will be a wet and very windy day with breakfast rain being swept away to sunshine and showers late pm. Much milder.
"Winds will be gale force from the SW with gusts to 50 to 60mph."
On Thursday the storm-like weather will continue with a strong chance of heavy rain from around 6am towards the end of the morning.
Winds will again be strong with gusts of up to 39mph around midday.
gus d Top temperatures will be around 12.C. Moving into Friday as Storm Diana peters out it will be drier although you will still be able to feel the wind with gusts of up to 29mph around noon. It will also be noticeably cooler with top temperatures of 8.C. Saturday and Sunday will be calmer again with milder winds.
t Both days are expected to be largely dry and cool with top temperatures of 8.C and 9.C on Saturday and Sunday respectively.
Storm Diana, named by the IPMA Portuguese weather service, was threatening the Azores islands, in the Atlantic, and is making its way towards western parts of the UK.
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|Publication:||Huddersfield Daily Examiner (Huddersfield, England)|
|Date:||Nov 27, 2018|
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