How long will Storm Franklin last?

FLOOD warnings are in place across the UK as the bad weather continues.

The third in the latest barrage of storms to hit is Storm Franklin which began over the weekend.

What time did Storm Franklin hit?

Storm Franklin began with a Red Alert as Storm Eunice eased, bringing with it heavy rain and strong winds.

There is an Amber Warning across Northern Ireland which will be in place from Monday, February 21, 2022.

For other areas of the UK there are Yellow Warnings for wind, although some areas have already been hit by flooding.

How long will Storm Franklin last?

The storm hit on Sunday, February 20, 2022, bringing with it heavy rainfall.

The warnings for Storm Franklin are in place until 1pm on Monday, February 21.

These are Yellow Warnings for wind as much of the heavy rain fell over the weekend

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When will Storm Franklin hit the UK?


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The Met Office believes that the rain should ease over the week but could bring some snow.

Storm Franklin is set to calm down Monday afternoon although the weather will still be rainy and windy for the rest of the week.

How windy will Storm Franklin be?

After the strong winds of Storm Eunice, this week should be calmer.

Storm Franklin is unlikely to reach the gusts of 122mph that Storm Eunice did but will still be windy.

The highest winds will be over Northern Ireland and the coasts of northwest England and southwest Scotland.

Winds speeds of 75mph are set to be the highest and have mainly taken place overnight on Sunday.

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