Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire have been issued a yellow weather warning for wind on Wednesday (March 13).
The storm will lash the country with strong winds and up to 25mm of rainfall and high seas.
Met Office forecaster Alex Burhill said: "The strongest winds in the morning rush hour are probably going to be around Northern Ireland and also western coastal parts, particularly western Scotland and north-west England".
The cold sector of this storm promises to be extremely unsafe and life-threatening for several states out west. Blizzard Warnings are out for half dozen states including Colorado.
The Met Office said a deep area of low-pressure will cross to the north of the United Kingdom late on Tuesday into Wednesday, and has issued yellow weather warnings in some parts of the country.
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The deep area of low-pressure, which will cross to the north of the United Kingdom later on tonight and into Wednesday, has been named Storm Gareth.
Storm Gareth has brought wild winds to Northern Ireland and northern Britain overnight with the strong winds and high gusts still affecting SW Scotland, England and Wales this morning. Another weather front of rain and winds sweep across Britain on Friday. I'm posting below the hi-res forecast GFS computer model wind gusts Thursday evening.
Gusts could even reach 80mph along northern coasts, the Met Office said. There will also be very large waves in coastal areas. Showers will gradually ease through the morning, becoming confined to northeast Ulster in the afternoon.
"We will see travel disruption, potentially some interruption to train services, and possibly power disruption".