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Storm Doris

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Storm Doris will not be

What had initially had been reported as the coming of Storm Doris on friday, has been downgraded to gale force winds; winds which could still bring travel disruption as stormy conditions sweep across the South West.

Winds between 50 and 60mph are expected with gusts potentially up to 80mph in coastal areas.
It could affect power supplies and cause damage to buildings and trees thanks to a 'potentially vigorous' low-pressure system, the Met Office said.

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