A relatively deep area of low pressure is tracking past the north of Scotland today and is then expected to head south into the North Sea tomorrow.
This will bring some strong winds to northern Scotland tonight, then to the east coast of England tomorrow – particularly through the afternoon.
These northerly winds are expected to gust up to 50-60mph, which is unlikely to cause any wind damage but could generate some big waves in the North Sea.
The Met Office has issued a warning this possibility as the big waves could combine with a storm surge to overtop sea walls and potentially flood some coastal roads.
A spokeswoman for the Environment Agency said: “Strong winds and large waves could cause minor disruption along the North Sea coast on Thursday from Yorkshire to Essex. Spray and waves may overtop sea walls and people are urged to stay safe and avoid…
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