A yellow weather warning is in place throughout Saturday and Sunday . With strong winds and heavy rain, United Kingdom weather experts have warned that conditions amount to a " perfect storm " with hundreds of homes at risk of flooding.
Storm Dennis follows Storm Ciara last weekend which blocked roads and railways with fallen trees and led to flooding in some parts, with big waves on the coast. The amber warning is in place from noon today until 3pm tomorrow and a wider yellow weather warning for heavy rain is in place until 9pm. The rain and wind is expected to track east throughout the weekend, with the warnings for England and Wales lasting until late on Sunday night.
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Around 15-25 mm of rain will fall widely with 30-40 mm possible, this will combine with snow melt exacerbating the impacts. Transport Secretary Michael Matheson said: "The Met Office is expecting Storm Dennis to bring another period of adverse weather this weekend, with heavy rain and strong winds forecast for much of Saturday and Sunday, and into Monday morning".
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