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Storm Eunice: Red warning issued in UK

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Storm Eunice
Storm Eunice, the UK's second storm in a week, has prompted rare danger-to-life warnings, with people being told to stay indoors as winds are expected to reach 90mph.

A rare red weather warning - the highest alert, meaning a high impact is very likely - was issued on Friday morning for London and the East of England due to the combination of high tides, strong winds, and storm surge because of Storm Eunice, the Met Office said.

There is a risk of "flying debris resulting in danger to life" and "damage to buildings and homes, with roofs blown off and power lines, brought down" along the coastline of Devon, Cornwall, and Somerset as well as the south coast of Wales, where a red warning is also in place.

People have been warned to "tie-down" objects in their gardens and be wary of fierce winds which could cause trees to topple over and tiles to fly off buildings.
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