Met Office issues warnings in North Tyneside and part of Northumberland due to Storm Debi
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The warning, which began at 4am today, Monday, and is in place until 6pm, means the Met Office believes it is “possible” flying debris could cause injuries, public transport may be impacted, power cuts may occur, and buildings could be damaged.
The Met Office also warned of a risk to life from “large waves and beach material being thrown onto sea fronts, coastal roads and properties.”
A yellow rain warning has been issued betwwen 11am and 6pm in west Northumberland, where between 20 and 30mm of rain could fall.