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Storm Barbara Tracking Map and Forecast

Storm Barbara Tracking Map
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Storm Barbara May Disrupt Christmas Travel

 
Dec 22, 2016 6:00 AM(ET): As storm Barbara approaches the UK, people have been warned to expect disruption while traveling. According to reports from Met officials, the weather condition will worsen on Friday and Saturday with gusts of up to 90mph forecast in some parts of Scotland. For northernmost Scotland, an amber weather warning has been issued, which gives a clear message to the people to be prepared.
Reports say arrivals at Heathrow, Gatwick and City airports are being delayed for fog in London. Northern Ireland, north Wales and the north of England pockets may experience Barbara's force.
Lines between between London Paddington and Ealing Broadway will be closed between December 24 and 29. There will not be any train to and from London Paddington, which include Heathrow Connect and Heathrow Express services. Buses will be replacing Arriva Trains Wales services between Manchester Piccadilly and Warrington Bank Quay. On December 27 and from December 31 to January 2, Manchester Oxford Road and Deansgate stations will remain closed. The northern trains that run between Manchester Airport, Blackpool North and Barrow-in-Furness are being diverted, instead will run from Manchester Victoria.
 
The worst affected routes will be:

  • M25 Reigate to M40 junction 16
  • A4 Earl's Court to M4 Reading
  • M5 Thornbury to Weston-s-Mare
  • M6 Stoke North to Warrington
  • M60 Carrington to M62 Rochdale

 

Storm Barbara Approaches UK

Dec 22, 2016 3:00 AM(ET): As per reports, people may face disruption during Christmas as storm Barbara approaches the UK. According to the Met officials, Friday and Saturday will see the worst of the weather with gusts of up to 90mph forecast in some parts of Scotland. An amber weather warning, which means 'be prepared', has been issued by the Met office for northernmost Scotland. Parts of Northern Ireland, north Wales and the north of England may also face Barbara's force.