The Met Office has issued a fresh weather warning today that could affect the North Sea.
As Storm Ali moves away from the UK after battering Irish and Scottish coastlines for more than 24-hours, the Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning on a second potential storm front.
As Met Office time-lapse footage indicates, the front could sweep across the UK and up into the North Sea later today.
A further yellow weather warning has been issued for Friday.
Areas currently most at risk are North East England, North West England and Yorkshire and Humber.
On Twitter the Met Office said: “Storm Ali has now officially left the UK, with a different weather system affecting us today.
“Yellow warnings for this weather system for wind and rain are in force.”
Keep up to date here.
#StormAli has now officially left the UK, with a different weather system affecting us today. Yellow warnings for this weather system for wind and rain are in force; keep up to date with the latest details at https://t.co/O1iRe1iHcv pic.twitter.com/kyXODjOUvr
— Met Office (@metoffice) September 20, 2018