Dublin included in new snow/ice warning from Met Eireann

Storm Alert Dennis is gonna be a menace this weekend for Kildare

There may be trouble ahead

It may be too early to tell how extreme Storm Dennis will be but it's possible that additional weather warnings are issued by Met Eireann in the coming days.

The Kildare Weather page on Facebook is predicting a very unsettled weekend ahead as very strong winds associated with Storm Dennis look to affect Ireland.

For most of Saturday, warnings of wind and rain are in place across Wales, southern Scotland and the whole of England.

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According to NetWeather snow risk maps, the wintery showers will blanket large parts of Britain from Saturday evening into Sunday afternoon.

The warning is in place until midnight, with more heavy rain forecast on Sunday. However, they will be less severe than last weekend's weather.

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London and the south-east will experience windy weather that could be as strong as 50mph inland and reach up to 60mph in coastal areas.

He said: "The winds will be a touch down on what we saw with Ciara but the focus is on a bit more rain with Storm Dennis due to the persistence of the rain".

It warned of likely power cuts and said cancellations to public transport and hard driving conditions were likely.

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A yellow weather warning for wind is in place for most of the United Kingdom this Saturday, with forecasters predicting gusts of up to 52mph across East Anglia.

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