Windstorm Dennis to impact Northern Europe
Windstorm Dennis, the 4th named storm of the European windstorm season, is forecast to bring heavy wind and rain across Ireland and the United Kingdom on Saturday.
While the storm is expected to weaken today, Dennis qualified as a bomb cyclone on Thursday when its central pressure dropped significantly. A bomb cyclone is defined as a pressure drop of 24mb over a 24-hour period; Dennis’ pressure dropped from 996mb to 950mb.
Northern Europe will experience heavy rain and powerful winds on Saturday and Sunday, with impacts expected to be felt in France, Belgium, Netherlands, Denmark and Germany as well as Ireland and the UK. As a result, major travel disruptions are possible again, including ferry, rail services and air travel.
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