The Met Office have issued a yellow weather warning today, Sunday 9 April, saying a period of strong winds will bring the potential for some disruption on Tuesday and Wednesday.
The weather warning is effective 3pm on Tuesday 11th to 6am on Wednesday 12th April.
A Met Office statement says:
"A developing area of low pressure running north through the Irish Sea is likely to bring a spell of strong winds, accompanied by some heavy rain, to parts of central and western England, Wales, southwest Scotland and the east of Northern Ireland.
"Gusts of 45-50 mph are possible inland and perhaps in excess of 60 mph for a time around some Irish Sea coastal areas".