I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! Storm Barra, a storm that batters camp in Abergele (Wales) this week will hit the finale, just days after Storm Awen unleashed havoc and forced it off-air. 

With gusty winds and heavy rain, the UK and Ireland have already felt the first effects of Storm Barra.

It comes after the ITV show was forced off-air in late November after the extreme weather in Wales caused technical damage on set and meant the celebrities had to be removed from their camp and returned to quarantine. 

Winds, rain and freezing temperatures: The I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! camp will be hit with more extreme weather as ANOTHER storm is predicted ahead of the final - just days after Storm Arwen unleashed chaos and forced the show off-air (pictured is Adam Woodyatt)

There will be wind, rain and freezing temperatures at the I’m A Celebrity… Get Me out Of Here! Camp will experience more severe weather, as another storm is forecast ahead of the final. This is just days after Storm Arwen caused chaos and made the program off-air. (pictured Adam Woodyatt). 

A source informed The Sun that Storm Arwen had done extensive damage. The mood is low, as there are more hurricanes predicted for the next days.  

Met Office has announced that the yellow wind advisory will be in force starting Tuesday at 9 AM. It is expected to cause disruption in travel networks.

There is also “a small chance” that larger-than-usual waves in coastal areas could present a risk of injury or potentially a threat to life if wild winds whip street furniture and beach material into the air.

The worst storm will hit the West of Ireland on Tuesday. However, warnings for yellow winds are still in effect across England, Wales, and Northern Ireland. 

Far from ideal: The first early effects of Storm Barra have been felt across the UK and Ireland, with gusty winds, heavy rainfall and days-long power outages (pictured is Snoochie Shy)

It was far from perfect: Storm Barra’s first effects were felt in the UK and Ireland with strong winds, heavy rain and power outages for days (pictured Snoochie Shy). 

Weather warnings are still in effect for Northern Ireland, the South-West of England and into Wednesday. 

MailOnline reached out to I’m A Celebrity representatives to get their comments.

I’m A Celeb stars have been forced to endure 8°C cold temperatures and no protection from the elements after bosses shelled out £1 million to secure use of the site when production was forced to be relocated from Australia due to COVID-19.

Declan Donnelly joked that the host was addressing Storm Arwen’s return to television on November 30. Although it’s been quite a few days, the castle has now reopened. I’m A Celebrity is almost over with the clouds clearing.  

Worrying: Storm Barra is set to hit on Tuesday, bringing up to four inches of snow, 70mph winds and driving rain

Worrying: Storm Barra is set to hit on Tuesday, bringing up to four inches of snow, 70mph winds and driving rain

Extreme conditions: There are further weather warnings in place across Northern Ireland and the south-west of England into Wednesday (pictured, a fallen tree in South Lanarkshire as Storm Barra hits the UK and Ireland with disruptive winds, heavy rain and snow)

Extreme weather: Weather warnings continue to be in effect in Northern Ireland, the South-West of England, and into Wednesday. (pictured, an image of a tree that has fallen in South Lanarkshire, as Storm Barra strikes the UK and Ireland, with severe winds, heavy rain, and snow). 

Ant McPartlin was the co-host and said, “It feels so great to be back. However, the castle looked great. These places are meant to be used for many years. The team was tireless in getting the show up again, and they did an amazing job.

I’m A Celebrity was hit with a slow decline after the Storm Arwen episode. On Monday, 5.2 Million viewers tuned in to I’m A Celebrity, an increase over Sunday’s audience of 4.9million.

The ITV Series’ overnight ratings peaked at 5.8 Million, a significant drop from 12.14 millions who tuned in on average to the show in 2018. 

Once the ITV Hub figures are included, I’m A Celebrity sees an increase in its ratings.   

We're back! The I'm A Celebrity campmates returned to Gwrych Castle in Wales on November 30 after being evacuated due to Storm Arwen (pictured are hosts Ant and Dec addressing the show's return)

We’re back! We’re back!

This series’ viewership is far less than the series 18 ratings in 2018, won by Harry Redknapp and averaging 12.14 million.

With 11.02 millions viewers in 2004, Series 3 was also a success. In it, Kerry Katona became the Queen of the Jungle and Katie Price and Peter Andre launched their fiery love story.

The series 13, which Westlife’s KianEgan won in 2013, was the top of the charts, with 11.14 millions viewers. Joey Essex also famously inquired if Joey had a water canister that was a man bag’. 

I’m A Celeb viewers were disappointed by series seven, which saw 7.45 million people tune in to the show on average.    

Ratings: Meanwhile after being hit by a steady decline following the Storm Arwen hiatus, I'm A Celebrity drew in 5.2 million viewers on Monday night, an increase from Sunday's episode with 4.9 million


Decline: Analysis of the evening's overnight figures showed the ITV series peaked at 5.8 million, still a far cry from the show's glory days when an average of 12.14 million tuned into the 2018 series

Decline: Analysis of the evening’s overnight figures showed the ITV series peaked at 5.8 million, still a far cry from the show’s glory days when an average of 12.14 million tuned into the 2018 series