Met-Office warning for 70MPH winds and flash flooding set to hit parts of Ayrshire
Strong winds are expected to cause some disruption to travel and power supplies on Thursday.
Valid 8PM Wednesday until 23:59PM Thursday
A spell of strong southerly winds are expected to develop on Wednesday night across southwest England and move north across western parts of Wales, southwest Scotland and all of Northern Ireland during the early hours of Thursday.
Although there is some uncertainty in the track of the low, gusts of 65 mph are possible inland, with 70 mph or more possible around coasts and hills.
Whilst winds may temporarily ease during Thursday morning, a band of heavy rain is likely to move east during Thursday afternoon and evening accompanied by some locally squally winds.