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Watch this weekend’s weather forecast: Storm Brian brings wind and rain

PUBLISHED: 16:46 20 October 2017

Great Storm 1987 - damage at Chartwell. Pic: National Trust *** Local Caption *** Chartwell

Great Storm 1987 - damage at Chartwell. Pic: National Trust *** Local Caption *** Chartwell

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Wondering what the weather has in store for us this weekend? Watch our three-minute Met Office video forecast.

Storm Brian, formed by a pocket of low pressure over the Atlantic Ocean, is set to play havoc with the weekend’s weather.

Heavy downpours and winds are expected on Saturday, with a calmer but still blustery Sunday.

At this stage, yellow wind warnings have been issued by the Met Office in many coastal areas, but these winds could get quicker before they arrive in the UK.

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