Published: Fri, February 14, 2020
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Storm Dennis is heading for York: Here's what we know

Storm Dennis is heading for York: Here's what we know

However, they will be less severe than last weekend's weather.

The trail of destruction left by Storm Ciara, which hit the United Kingdom over the weekend of February 8 and 9, is expected to cost up to £200m in insurance claims.

Households living near rail lines are being urged to secure any loose items in their gardens, after several trampolines were blown onto tracks and overhead electric wires last weekend, blocking lines.

Meanwhile Birches Valley junior parkrun at Cannock Chase has been cancelled.

Mere days after Storm Ciara battered parts of Europe, two more storms are expected to hit Luxembourg.

Dudley Zoo said officials would assess the weather conditions and would make a decision on opening by Saturday morning.

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Barriers have already been erected in Bewdley after six flood warnings for the River Severn were issued by the Environment Agency.

The Met Office has issued severe weather warnings ahead of the arrival of Storm Dennis, covering England, on Saturday, and the entire United Kingdom on Sunday.

An NFU Mutual spokesman said: "Storm-force winds in rural areas can cause significant damage as farms and homes are situated on higher ground and less protected by other buildings".

This could affect public transport and could cause flooding of a few homes and businesses.

Heavy rainfall is expected from 6pm today (Friday).

THE Highlands are bracing for further extreme weather this weekend - with the arrival of Storm Dennis amid warnings it could become one of the deepest Atlantic lows of modern times.

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