Residents across Bury are being warned that weather conditions on Sunday and Monday will bring strong winds to the region.

The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning that comes into force from 6am on Sunday and runs until 6am on Monday.

According to the weather forecaster, there is a small chance of injuries and "danger to life" from flying debris, while there is a slight chance of some damage to buildings such as tiles blown from roofs.

Read more: Bury gym reopens after 'amazing' £500,000 transformation

There is a small chance that some roads and bridges could close.

There is a small chance of longer journey times or cancellations as road, rail, air, and ferry services are affected and a slight chance that power cuts may occur, with the potential to affect other services, such as mobile phone coverage.

Met Office deputy chief meteorologist David Hayter said: “Conditions will stay cold on Friday but a change in weather type is on the way, bringing milder air for the UK during the course of the weekend.

“This change will initially be relatively benign in terms of weather impacts, with a dry Friday and start to Saturday for many in the south of the UK.

Read more: The date that the 2024 Parklife line-up will be announced

“The Atlantic influence will then introduce some wet and windy weather, with a deep area of low pressure approaching from the west on Sunday.

“While detail is still being worked out, we expect windy weather for many and some heavy rain in the west and so we’ve issued warnings for Sunday for wind and rain.

“Watch out for updates to these warnings on Friday and Saturday as the forecast develops.”

Read more: Rising bands to play showcase gig at Bury Art Museum

Weather conditions at the weekend show there will be highs of 43 miles per hour winds and temperatures will be at highs of 11°C.

National Highways North West are continuing to tell people to be safe when out travelling today, January 18, as certain areas of the region are covered in snow and ice.