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UK News Storm Dennis: When and where the worst of the weather will strike this weekend

07:50  15 february  2020
07:50  15 february  2020 Source:   dailypost.co.uk

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Dennis , the fourth named storm of the 2019-20 season, is set to bring a second consecutive weekend of wet and windy weather after Ciara struck the UK with winds of up to 97mph. Gusts of 50mph are expected, with more than 60mph winds possible over hills, coastal areas and exposed locations, the

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In the wake of Storm Ciara, Storm Dennis is expected to cause more havoc across the region this weekend with gales of up to 70mph predicted.

Transport disruption, widespread flooding, power cuts and loss of other services to some homes and businesses likely as the storm hits North Wales on Saturday and Sunday.

Forecasts of gusts of up to 70mph on exposed coasts - as well as torrential rain - carry a "great risk of widespread flooding".

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Weather forecasters have warned that before Storm Dennis brings 72 hours of disruption this weekend , a severe frost is Severe weather warnings for wind and rain have been issued for many parts of the UK, including amber warnings for rain in south west England, southern Wales, north west

The Met Office warned there is a "good chance some communities may be cut off by flooded roads".

The Met Office has upgraded its weather warnings in North Wales for this weekend to an amber warning.

Amber weather warnings carry a "danger to life" risk as people are warned to watch out for treacherous conditions, especially on the roads and along the coast.

Here is a look at when and where the worst of the weather will arrive

Saturday

The amber alert begins at noon on Saturday as people across the region are warned to prepare for heavy rain, flooding, travel disruption and power cuts.

The new warning covers parts of Gwynedd, Conwy and Denbighshire, while the rest of the country remains under a yellow warning for rain and wind with gusts of hurricane-force winds of up to 70mph in coastal areas.

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Up to 100mm of rainfall is expected to fall in Wales on higher grounds, adding to current water levels and triggering risk of flooding.

a close up of a map: North Wales has a mix of Amber and Yellow weather warnings for this weekend. © Met Office North Wales has a mix of Amber and Yellow weather warnings for this weekend.

A spokesperson for the Met Office said: "Storm Dennis is expected to bring very heavy rain, flooding and disruption to travel over the weekend.

"Homes and businesses are likely to be flooded, causing damage to some buildings.

"Delays and some cancellations to train and bus services are likely.

"A good chance some communities cut off by flooded roads."

Weather conditions where you are

In Anglesey, wind levels will continue to rise through the day, getting to around 60mph by the end of the day.

Anglesey is forecast to miss out on the heaviest rainfall, but rain in the area will arrive at around 6pm.

It is a similar picture in Gwynedd, where parts of the Llyn Peninsula will see wind speeds of around 65mph at their peak by 3pm on Saturday.

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STORM DENNIS will land this weekend , bringing more weather misery to the British Isles. Here is all the latest. Saturday is forecast to bring the worst of the weather , with yellow warnings covering much of the nation. Dennis , the fourth named storm of the season, is expected to bring wind gusts

This weekend Storm Dennis will develop in the North Atlantic before tracking eastwards, and passing into northern Scotland on Saturday, with the country set According to the Met Office, the decision for a storm to be named is “based on a combination of both the impact the weather may have, and the

Areas like Caernarfon are forecast to see gusts of around 63mph.

Aidan McGivern standing in front of a blue wall: Heavy rain is forecast © Provided by Daily Post Heavy rain is forecast

Gwynedd is expected to get moderate rainfall throughout the day, with the heavy rain set to arrive at around 6pm and continue through the night.

Coastal parts of Conwy will see wind gusts reach around 59mph on Saturday, with heavy rain arriving from about 6pm and continuing through the night.

Further inland, it will be less windy, but heavy rain is set to arrive from 3pm.

Coastal Denbighshire will see the wind pick up through the day and peak at around 55 mph, with heavy rain not arriving until around midnight.

Further inland, wind speeds should stay at around 58 mph.

Flintshire will stay pretty dry until Saturday evening, with heavy rain falling through the night. Gusts will only rise to about 45mph, with a similar picture in Wrexham.

a close up of a map: Storm Dennis is to sweep in © Provided by Daily Post Storm Dennis is to sweep in

Sunday

The worst of the weather is set to arrive on Sunday, with two weather warnings currently in place.

From midnight until 6 pm, a yellow weather warning for rain is in place across all parts of North Wales.

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UK weather forecast: Storm Dennis will batter the UK this weekend (Image: MAGIC SEAWEED). UK weather forecast: The Met Office has issued yellow On Saturday, Storm Dennis will cause travel chaos as severe wind warnings are in place across the whole of the UK, apart from the north east.

Potentially deadly Storm Dennis is set to hammer the UK this weekend with 5.5ins (140mm) of rain, widespread flooding and 80mph gales. These are the warnings (as of Friday morning), which reveal how bad Storm Dennis will be in your area and when the worst of the weather is expected.

The Met Office believe that as much as 100mm of rain could fall in some parts, causing possible flooding to property and transport disruption.

A yellow wind warning is also in place for the whole of Sunday, with gusts potentially hitting 70mph.

Weather conditions where you are

In Wrexham, forecasters are predicting that heavy rain will hit through the night before becoming lighter.

Wind gusts will rise to about 55mph at their peak.

For people in Flintshire, heavy rain is expected to lighten in the morning, easing up by around 10am.

Wind speeds will remain between 50mph and 60mph across the day, rising slightly on higher ground.

Coastal parts of Denbighshire will see heavy rain through the morning before it eases off into the afternoon.

Wind gusts will hit highs of 60mph inland but average at around 50mph throughout the day.

Coastal parts of Conwy will see heavy rain across the morning, with sunny spells in the afternoon.

Wind gusts will rise to highs of 61 mph through the night.

In Gwynedd, areas such as Caernarfon will see heavy downpours until around midday, while heavy rain returns inland at around 6pm.

Strong winds will build through the morning and peak at around 63mph at midnight.

In the Llyn peninsula, gusts as high as 68mph are forecast.

Anglesey will remain pretty dry on Sunday, and heavy rain through the night will have passed by 11am, with only light showers expected to return at 3pm.

Gusts are predicted to reach around 61mph and average between 55 and 60 throughout the day.

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