A WEATHER warning which could cause power cuts has been issued for Malvern.

The county will experience a period of strong winds on Tuesday, April 11 and Wednesday, April 12, due to a developing area of low pressure running north through the Irish Sea.

It is also likely to be accompanied by some heavy rain, with gusts of 45-50 mph possible inland.

The Met Office has warned that this will bring the potential for some disruption on Tuesday and Wednesday.

Some short-term loss of power and other services is a possibility during the strong winds.

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There are also expected to be delays to bus and train services as well as air and ferry elsewhere in the country.

High-sided vehicles on exposed routes and bridges are also likely to experience delays due to the weather conditions.

Tuesday is expected to be largely dry through much of the day, though heavy rain and strong winds are set to appear later in the afternoon.

Wednesday and the rest of the week are expected to remain wet and windy.

Elsewhere in the country, it is likely that some coastal routes, sea fronts and coastal communities will be affected by spray and large waves.

The Met Office advises driving safely during strong winds, with the extreme conditions making driving more dangerous.

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Drive slowly to minimise the impact of wind gusts and be aware of high-sided vehicles or caravans on more exposed roads.

Be cautious overtaking high-sided vehicles or caravans and make sure you hold the steering wheel firmly.

Drivers are also advised to give cyclists, motorcyclists, lorries and buses more room than usual.