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Image caption The coast and exposed places are expected to be hit by the strongest winds on Tuesday. More strong winds are expected after large parts of Wales received a battering from Storm Brendan on Monday. More than 1,000 properties were left without power as gusts reached 79mph (127 km/h), felled trees and caused travel disruption. Tuesday's Met Office yellow warning says winds could reach 70mph (113 km/h) in coastal areas with gusts up to 50mph (80 km/h) likely inland. Heavy rain may be an additional hazard in places, it said. There are restrictions on the M48 Severn Bridge due to strong winds and the A55 Britannia Bridge at Anglesey where motorcyclists and drivers towing caravans have been advised to use alternative routes. Full story

14 January

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