Diana will ravage the United Kingdom over the next couple of days, bringing gale-force winds to coastal areas and up two inches of rain in upland areas.
A third wind alert is in place from 9am until 9pm on Wednesday.
Met Office meteorologist Becky Mitchell said: "Strong winds and heavy rain will continue through Wednesday evening and into Thursday".
By tonight, the next band of rain appears in the southwest and this is linked to Storm Diana. We wouldn't have named it if it was just on the basis of what was happening in the UK. It is basically a wet and windy spell.
The Yellow Warning in force across Oldham, Rochdale and Tameside comes into force at around 3am on tomorrow (Thursday) and runs until around 3pm on the same day.
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Met Office spokesman Richard Miles said: "We can expect gusts of 60mph and in the most exposed westerly places along the western coast from Cornwall to the Shetland Islands could see gusts of up to 70mph".
"This would also bring some rough seas, large waves, and possible local coastal impacts". Gales of up to 60mph could be seen over western parts of the United Kingdom, with heavy rain, although the storm is expected to move through relatively quickly.
"Accumulations of up to 50mm (2in) are likely on high ground".
Storm Diana is expected to move away during Wednesday evening, although showers are likely to persist into Thursday, November 29.
The first sign of wet and windy weather will sweep across the country from the south west on Tuesday, November 27 but it will start to feel less-cold after a foggy start in Reading.