Storm Inès and Dennis: Further storms expected from Thursday onwards

Galway Daily news Storm Dennis to bring fresh flood risk this weekend

Galway Daily news Storm Dennis to bring fresh flood risk this weekend

Mount Congreve gardens is due to reopen this Friday, but will remain closed if "severe weather warnings" are in place by Met Éireann.

Valerie Watters, a forecaster for the meteorological service, warned of the possibility of heavy wind and rain.

Storm Dennis' arrival on Sunday has prompted another yellow warning until noon on Monday, for winds gusting to 70mph, affecting the whole of Scotland apart from Orkney and Shetland.

Following Storm Ciara last weekend, Storm Dennis is forecast sweep across Britain this Saturday and Sunday.

Cllr Humby added: "The forecast is for heavy rain this coming Saturday".

The severe weather warning says: "Strong winds in association with Storm Dennis are expected on Saturday and Sunday across many parts of England and Wales".

"Some flooding is likely and damaging gusty winds with some disruption possible".

The Environment Agency has issued 98 flood warnings and 12 "immediate action" flood alerts across Britain.

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Orange weather warnings are expected in Connacht and along the Atlantic coast.

It was caused by the River Nith eroding an embankment under the railway during Storm Ciara, with 1,700 tons dislodged over a 50m section of track.

The country is bracing itself for Storm Dennis.

Because Storm Dennis is set to come howling into Norfolk this weekend there will be a great deal less roaring going on at one of the region's most popular children's attractions.


This includes the Foss Barrier in York, the Thames Barrier in London and another in Bewdley, Worcestershire, on the River Severn.

"There is also a strong risk of flooding given all the recent rain so it's essential motorists never attempt to drive through deep floodwater. Do not forget to never drive or walk through flood water, just 30cm of flowing water is enough to move your auto - it's not worth the risk".

Motoring groups have urged drivers to take extra care on the road and prepare for journeys to take longer because of the weather.

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