A ‘be prepared’ weather warning has been issued for across Sussex on Saturday (March 26).
The Met Office warning says: “A swathe of strong winds, accompanied by heavy rain at times, will move east across the country on Saturday.
“This is expected to bring gusts of 45-55mph, perhaps 60mph later.
“Coastal areas exposed to the south-west are likely to see more frequent gusts of 55-65mph.
“Please be aware of the possibility of localised travel disruption.”
However, tomorrow (Good Friday) is set to be the best day of the Easter holidays as far as the weather is concerned.
After some overnight rain, most parts of the county are set to see some sunny spells with the temperature edging up to around 12degC, according to the Met Office.
Sunday looks to be more cloudy with some light rain in areas, although the sun may manage to make an appearance.
However, the forecast for Bank Holiday Monday is for a mix of heavy and light showers and the wind picking up again, with the temperature struggling into double figures.
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