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Where will Storm Debi cause bad weather? A list of Met Office warnings across UK | Weather News


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Weather warnings are in place in Ireland and the UK as Storm Debi brings heavy rain and strong winds.

Parts of Ireland were on red alert from 5am to 9am this morning, with Met Eireann warning that there was a “potential danger to life”.

The storm has eased slightly, but there are still amber alerts in parts of the UK and yellow warnings throughout Ireland.

Amber alerts mean an increased likelihood of impacts from severe weather which could disrupt your plans, while yellow warnings are for lower-level impacts.

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Here is the full list of where alerts are still in place today and for how long.

Amber wind warning (Northern Ireland): 6am to 12pm

County Armagh

County Down

The Met Office says a spell of strong winds up to 60-65mph are expected to continue across these areas until midday before easing in the afternoon.

Amber wind warning: 10am to 4pm

North West England

Yorkshire and Humber

The Met Office says a spell of very strong westerly winds is expected to develop later Monday morning across northwest England.

Inland gusts of 60-65 mph are likely in places whilst along the coast gusts of 70-80 mph are expected before gradually easing into the evening.

Yellow rain and wind warning (Northern Ireland): 3am to 2pm

County Antrim

County Armagh

County Down

County Fermanagh

County Londonderry

County Tyrone

The Met Office warns the storm may bring heavy rain and strong winds to these areas, causing disruption and flooding until it clears eastwards later in the day.

Yellow rain and wind warning: 12am to 3pm

Throughout Ireland

Met Eireann says very windy or stormy weather is expected to be accompanied by heavy rain, with a chance of embedded thunderstorms and hail up to 3pm.

Yellow wind warning: 4am to 6pm

East Midlands

North East England

North West England


West Midlands

Yorkshire and Humber

The Met Office says there is a chance of very strong westerly winds developing along Irish Sea coasts of Wales and northwest England on Monday morning before extending inland during day, slowly easing later.

Yellow rain warning (Scotland): 10am to 9pm

Central, Tayside and Fife


The Met Office warns of persistent rain across northeast Scotland today which may cause travel disruption and flooding until it eases in the evening.

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