A yellow weather warning for wind was issued on Friday morning over the West Midlands, including Shropshire, to remain in place until midnight.
The Capital and the surrounding areas can expect heavy rain later on in the evening however, Edinburgh could miss much of the storm.
Storm Callum is expected to bring heavy showers between 12am - 11.45pm. Northern Scotland could stay dry while the East of England could be seeing baking temperatures of 25C. Temperatures in the capital could quite easily get to 78F (26C) over the course of the day. There is a small chance of gusts over 80 miles per hour in the Western Isles during the afternoon and evening.
Other regions of the United Kingdom were expected to remain largely dry, but strong winds were forecast.
Rainfall totals could reach as high as 150mm over the Brecon Beacons, almost as high as the monthly average of 170mm for Wales.
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Forecasters are warning of more of the same over the weekend, although some parts of England will escape the worst.
Residents across Blackpool, the rest of Lancashire and Cumbria have been warned by the Met Office that there is a risk of flooding as persistent downpours are expected to last for most of Saturday.
"If you are travelling you should ensure you and your vehicle are adequately prepared for the conditions making sure you have sufficient fuel and supplies such as warm clothing, food and water in the event you are delayed for several hours".
Storm Callum has the Emerald Isle well and truly in his grips.
There were also a number of road closures due to fallen trees and debris.
Friday's weather could impact travel plans during the morning commute, with Met office warning "road, rail, air and ferry services may be affected, with longer journey times and cancellations possible".