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Met Office issues yellow weather warning for wind in Kent

By Dan Wright

Met Office experts have issued two yellow weather warnings for Kent as strong winds are expected to batter the county.

Forecasters say the county will be hit with strong gusts of up to 65mph between 1am and 11am tomorrow.

There is a chance of large waves, power cuts, and travel disruption.

The Met Office has issued a weather warning (7660588)
The Met Office has issued a weather warning (7660588)

The gusts are expected to peak on Sunday morning before easing.

The second yellow weather warning has been issued for Wednesday when strong northwesterly winds are expected.

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