A yellow weather warning for Yorkshire has been issued by the Met Office, with the people of Yorkshire being told to look out for fallen trees and flying debris.
The high winds are expected to hit later in the week and could affect road and rail services around Leeds, Bradford and North Yorkshire, as well as along the coastline.
Much of Yorkshire should expect the yellow warning weather to come into effect from Wednesday to Thursday.
The Met Office has warned: “A period of very strong winds could cause some disruption later Wednesday and during Thursday.”
What is a yellow weather warning?
Yellow weather warning from the Met Office means that you can expect longer journey times to disruptions in travel with roads ad bridges closed. Also, there may be debris on the road that can cause delays.
Areas could expect power cuts with the chance of injury and danger to life from flying debris. Along the coast, there could be large waves and beach material being scattered everywhere.
In other words, you might need your big coit on…