Posted: Thu 26th Dec 2013

Flintshire Bridge closed between 11pm tonight & 5pm tommorrow (Friday) due to high wind

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Thursday, Dec 26th, 2013

Flintshire county council are closing Flintshire bridge tonight from 11 (Thursday) and 5pm Tomorrow 


The wind speed chart below indicates the speed and direction of the wind between the 11pm tonight and 12pm tomorrow.
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The Met Office  has issued a yellow alert for most areas of Wales:

‘Widespread gales are expected to develop on Thursday night and last much of Friday bringing gusts of 50 or 60 mph inland and gusts to 70 or 80mph to some coastal areas and high ground. This warning has been updated to extend the area slightly further south across England and to include all of Northern Ireland. The public should be aware of the potential for disruption, especially where the high winds are combined with heavy rainfall. Please watch forpossible updates to this warning, especially those who have travel plans’

 

Chart via netweather.tv

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