Hour-by-hour forecast as Storm Dennis is set to bring 'very strong winds' to Northumberland

Met Office forecasters have issued a yellow weather warning ahead of Storm Dennis arriving this weekend – this is what to expect and when.

By Faye Dixon
Friday, 14th February 2020, 3:33 pm
Updated Friday, 14th February 2020, 3:33 pm
A yellow weather warning is in place.
A yellow weather warning is in place.

The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning of “very strong winds” for Saturday, February 15 and Sunday, February 16 when Storm Dennis is due to hit.

The warning will come into force at around 10am on Saturday and shows no sign of leaving until midnight on Sunday.

Forecasters have warned that the blustery winds could cause disruption. Delays to road, rail, air and ferry transport are likely and spray and large waves are predicted at the coast.

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Here is your hour-by-hour weather forecast for the weekend

Saturday, February 15

6am to 11am: Overcast, 10% chance of rain, 11C, wind speed: 20mph

12pm: Light rain, 50% chance of rain, 12C, wind speed: 19mph

1pm to 6pm: Light rain, 60% chance of rain, 11C, wind speed: 23mph

7pm to 8pm: Heavy rain, 80% chance of rain, 12C, wind speed: 25mph

9pm to 10pm: Light rain, 60% chance of rain, 12C, wind speed: 19mph

11pm to midnight: Light rain, 50% chance of rain, 12C, wind speed: 26mph

Sunday, February 16

3am: Heavy rain, 60% chance of rain, 12C, wind speed: 26mph

6am: Heavy rain, 90% chance of rain, 13C, wind speed: 27mph

9am to 12pm: Heavy rain, 95% chance of rain, 12C, wind speed: 19mph

3pm: Heavy rain, 90% chance of rain, 9C, wind speed: 19mph

6pm: Light shower, 40% chance of rain, 8C, wind speed: 18mph