Storm Dennis bringing 'bomb cyclone', flooding, 60mph winds and travel chaos
Feb. 15, 2020
SCOTLAND will be battered by gales of up to 60mph this weekend as Storm Dennis blows in.
The gale force winds and "bomb cyclone" come as Met Office chiefs issued amber and yellow weather warnings across the country.
Scots have been warned they face "danger to life" flooding with homes blocked off and 50ft waves.
And people have been told only to travel if necessary.
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MET Office chiefs have warned Storm Dennis “rapidly developed” overnight with weather warnings in place throughout the country.
The Met Office has released its latest forecast for the weekend. And Storm Dennis looks set to blast the whole country.
The stormy weather has caused havoc across the country for the past few days. Social media users have been flooding Facebook and Twitter with their own images and moments from the snow, rain and storms.
Low temperatures warnings have been issued to drivers across the country. Among the areas affected are Tayside and Fife, Dumfries & Galloway and Strathclyde.
The Met Office has released images of more low pressure systems on their way. And it reveals the early stages of Storm Dennis.
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