The Met Office has issued two more weather warnings for Cambridgeshire and Peterborough with travel disruption expected.
yellow warnings are for wind
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Both, today and last until 6pm with the initial because of hit the region at 11am.
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some bus and train services affected
Probably, through falling branches or trees.
The Met Office said short-term lack of power along with other services can be done also to expect some delays to road, rail, ferry and air transport.
on Sunday until 9am on Monday
The second yellow warning is from 9am.
The Met Office said: “You will find a small potential for danger and injuries alive from flying debris.
“There exists a slight potential for some harm to buildings, such as for example tiles blown from roofs or through falling branches and trees.
“You will find a small potential for longer journey cancellations or times as road, rail, ferry and air services are affected.
“There exists a slight chance that power cuts may occur, with the potential to affect other services, such as for example cellular phone coverage.
“You will find a small chance that injuries and danger alive could occur from large waves and beach material being thrown onto sea fronts, coastal properties and roads.”
This may be the third wind weather warning to hit Peterborough this week, today with the final one ending at 9am.