Storm Ciarán hits Sussex: when is the weather going to improve?
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The Met Office has warned residents to expect delays or cancellations to train and bus services, possible flooding of homes and businesses and flooded roads.
The Met Office is also warning about potential dangers from high winds, which include: flying debris, damage to buildings and power cuts.
A Met Office spokesperson said today (Thursday, November 2): “Strong and potentially disruptive winds associated with Storm Ciarán are possible until late afternoon.”
The Met Office said wind and rain could get heavier this afternoon with the worst period being between about 1pm and 4pm.
However, the forecast for Friday, November 3, is much calmer and the skies should be partly cloudy changing to sunny by late morning.
A yellow weather warning for rain is back in place for most areas of Sussex on Saturday, but the Met Office predicts that the bad weather will be over on Sunday.