There are now weather warnings in place for four consecutive days in the United Kingdom, with Yellow warnings for rain in place in parts of North West England on Thursday and Friday.
Met Office Chief Meteorologist Dan Suri said: "In what is a windy and blustery weekend with gusts in a few locations already having exceeded 50 miles per hour we can expect a short spell of gusts quiet widely between 50 and 55 miles per hour across southern England early on Sunday".
Wintry showers will also continue through Sunday evening and night onwards into Monday morning.
Gusts of 70-75mph are likely along northern coasts, perhaps up to 80mph for a time.
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The Met Office adds: "A spell of strong northwesterly winds is expected to develop across southwest Scotland late on Tuesday evening then extend across much of England and Wales through Wednesday". Highest temperatures 6 to 10 degrees with fresh, gusty westerly winds, easing later in the day.
The Met Office has extended its "danger to life" weather warning as the United Kingdom braces for Storm Gareth.
Storm Gareth has also brought a Status Yellow rainfall warning for Connacht, Donegal, Clare, Cork, Kerry and Limerick with heavy rain followed by "squally showers" will lead to the risk of rainfall accumulations of around 25mm.
Only the south of England escapes the warning.
Northern Ireland will be the first area the severe weather conditions hit, starting at 3pm on Tuesday and stretching all the way through to midday on Wednesday.