Storm Isha in northern Lincolnshire LIVE as strong winds continue to hit region

The impact of Storm Isha continues to be felt around northern Lincolnshire with a weather warning set to remain in place until this afternoon.

An unusual “danger to life” amber wind warning was issued on Sunday that came into effect at 6pm yesterday and ran until 6am today with the winter storm bringing winds of around 60mph quite widely around our region. A less severe yellow-level alert has now replaced this and will be in force until noon today as winds ease.

Gusts are expected to continue to reach 30-50mph throughout Monday but will slowly ease as the day goes on. In its warning, the Met Office said: “Winds will gradually ease from the west during Monday morning. West or southwesterly winds are likely to widely gust 50 to 60mph inland with a few locations, mainly exposed coastal stretches, reaching 70 to 80mph.”


The Humber Bridge continues to be closed to high-sided and wind vulnerable vehicles with a speed restriction also in place on the crossing.

A stormy week looks to be in store with winds expected to strengthen again on Tuesday afternoon as another low pressure system moves in. A further yellow-level weather warning has been issued for this which will be in effect between 4pm on Tuesday and noon on Wednesday.

Original artice: https://www.grimsbytelegraph.co.uk/all-about/scunthorpe

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