Met Office issue second danger to life red warning as Storm Eunice fears grow

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The Met Office has dramatically extended the 'danger to life' red warning for Storm Eunice overnight as weather conditions continue to worsen.

It means London is now under the most severe alert for Friday (18 February) level as gale-force winds head towards the capital city.

Yesterday forecasters warned people advised not to travel where possible in what could be Britain's worst storm in 32 years.

BBC weather presenter Sabrina Lee said the worst gusts would be in coastal areas and tomorrow was "not a day to venture out" ahead of what could be the South's most brutal battering since the Burns' Day Storm of 1990.

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