Storm Arwen is due to sweep the UK over the weekend with strong winds, snow, rain, and cold temperatures being warned by the Met Office

Gloucestershire is inside the yellow weather warning for the storm, which will impact from late on Friday evening and the early hours of Saturday morning.

There is the potential for injuries and danger to life from flying debris, as well as power cuts, plus damage to trees, temporary structures and other buildings.

See the weather forecast for Gloucestershire for the next three days.

Gloucestershire weekend weather forecast


Friday evening will be calm in the county until around 10pm when the rain will begin to fall.

There is an 80% chance of rain at 11pm with wind gusts reaching highs of 39mph.


Heavy rain will continue throughout the early hours of Saturday morning until around 7am.

It should begin to calm down around this point, although there will still be a 20% chance of rain throughout most of the morning, which drops down to 10% in the afternoon.

There may even be a slight chance of the sun peeking out from behind the clouds at around 3pm.


After a period of miserable weather, the sun should be shining for nearly all of Sunday.

The temperature will only be at around 4 degrees, but the likelihood of rain is very low.