THE Met Office has issued a yellow wind warning as gusts are set to blast parts of the UK.
It will affect London and parts of South East England and comes into effect at 9pm tomorrow.
Strong winds may affect parts of southern England and south Wales during Thursday evening and Friday morning.
The Met Office has warned some delays to road, rail, air and ferry transport are likely.
It added: "Probably some bus and train services affected, with some journeys taking longer.
"Delays for high-sided vehicles on exposed routes and bridges likely."
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It comes as the exact date Brits will see temperatures rise to 15C was revealed – after a wet start to the week and flood alerts.
Met Office meteorologist Honor Criswick said: “By Tuesday onwards things are turning milder each day and by Wednesday we could be seeing highs of 13 to 14C, perhaps up to 15C.
“But from Thursday onwards it is wet and windy.
"It is generally remaining fairly unsettled with showers and longer spells of rain.
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On Monday, Brits were hit by flood warnings, with showers battering the nation for three days.
The Met Office said wintery conditions should be expected as we head towards the end of the month having endured the wettest March on record.
As Britain faces windy weather, there's plenty of top tips for staying safe while driving.
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