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How will Storm Caroline affect Suffolk?

PUBLISHED: 14:30 06 December 2017 | UPDATED: 14:30 06 December 2017

Find out how the yellow wind warning will affect Suffolk. Picture: SIMON PARKER

Find out how the yellow wind warning will affect Suffolk. Picture: SIMON PARKER

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Storm Caroline will hit the UK tomorrow morning bringing gusts of 40-45mph to Suffolk.

Suffolk will have a windy rainy start tomorrow morning with temperatures of 12-13 Celsius (53.6 - 55.4 Fahrenheit).

But by the afternoon the wind will become lighter as the storm moves north west, as the winds become lighter the temperature drops to around 7-8C (44.6 - 46.4 F).

Scotland will be affected the most by the storm with winds of 80mph forecasted – which could cause disruption to transport and the power network.

By the end of tomorrow Storm Caroline will have cleared and be heading to Scandinavia.

On Friday northerly winds will bring a chill to the UK. The cold air drives its way across the UK resulting in frost and ice.

However, there is no chance of snow in Suffolk.

It will be cold for the next few days but quite dry ready for the weekend.

Watch our video to find out why storms are named.

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