WLakes warning about leaks up to 80 km / h and constant rain have been issued for part of the UK, as Storm Diana touches on this country.
Meta's office has warned that six hours in Scottish parts could sink up to 35 mm in the rain, while the UK's enormous straw could be affected by "widespread strong winds."
Storm Diana made a strong blast on Wednesday – with Capel Curig Snowdonia, Wales, recording leaks at 90 mph, while Keswick, Cumbria, saw 47.4mm of rain.
The yellow wind warning applies to all parts of England except South East England and East England until. 14:00.
The Met Office stated: "Domestic pain with 50 mph, possibly leaking at around 65 mph in open areas around Wales and England's west.