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All the places where weather warnings are in place as Storm Kathleen to hit - according to the Met Office

Weather warnings have been issued for snow, wind and rain, with stormy conditions set to sweep across the UK this weekend.

The Met Office said snow and rain will hit much of central Scotland in the early hours of Friday morning (April 5), which is likely to cause travel disruption. Yellow warnings are in place from 2am for rain and 3am for snow until 9am on Friday.

On Saturday (April 6), almost the entire west coast of England and Scotland and all of Northern Ireland will be hit by strong winds of up to 70 mph in places. The Met Office said the conditions could cause a small risk of danger to life and injuries.

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The yellow warning is in place from 8am to 10pm on Saturday and also brings a chance of travel disruption, power cuts and road closures.

Deputy Chief Meteorologist Christoph Almond said: “Gusts of 50 mph are expected quite widely on Saturday, while some exposed spots, particularly on the coast, will see 60 to 70 mph gusts with large waves also likely.”

However, things will be different in other parts of the country with the Met Office saying warm air will see temperatures rise across the UK. Some parts of East Anglia and Southeast may see temperatures of 21C or 22C on Saturday.

The Met Office explained: "A deep area of low pressure, will bring a spell of very windy weather to parts of western Britain and Northern Ireland this weekend.

"Gusts of 50 mph are expected quite widely on Saturday, while some exposed spots, particularly on the coast, will see 60 to 70 mph gusts with large waves also likely."

The following areas of the UK have been impacted by the yellow wind alert:

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