Waterford weather warning increased to ORANGE as Storm Diana approaches

Waterford weather warning increased to ORANGE as Storm Diana approaches

Waterford weather warning increased to ORANGE as Storm Diana approaches

A weather warning for Storm Diana's arrival in Cumbria has been extended. Those living in coastal areas have also been warned to beware the additional dangers of large waves and beach material being thrown onto sea fronts, coastal roads and properties.

A yellow wind warning is in place for the entire country while southern counties including Wexford have been issued with two status orange warnings.

The Yellow Warning in force across Oldham, Rochdale and Tameside comes into force at around 3am on tomorrow (Thursday) and runs until around 3pm on the same day.

A spokesperson for Ireland's national forecaster said: "At the moment we are experience severe weather, with severe winds and heavy rain".

"The rain warning applies to Scotland and the eastern central Scotland, where up to 50mm is expected to fall in localised areas".

A number of weather warnings are also in place in the Republic of Ireland.

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"Should this occur, wind gusts of around 80 miles per hour are possible, particularly along exposed coastlines".

This spreads NE through Ireland and the United Kingdom during Wednesday morning rush hour and further rain hits Northern Ireland and Scotland in the afternoon. "Winds will moderate across the south of the warning area by evening and then across remaining parts overnight".

Temperatures are predicted to be mild, with highs of 15C (59F) possible in the South East today and tomorrow - around 5C (9F) above average for the time of year.

The Thursday morning commute in both Ireland and large parts of the United Kingdom could also see significant delays caused by the unsettled conditions.

Forecasters say that Wednesday's rain could lead to flooded roads, homes and businesses; while the strong winds could lead to widespread travel disruption.

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