The UK is braced for widespread weather disruption for the second weekend in a row as Storm Dennis sweeps in.
This is the hilarious moment a group of tourists on a pedal bus fearless Storm Dennis as they are lashed by wind and rain.
The forecaster issued a weather advisory for the country, warning that the storm will bring wet and very windy weather this weekend and into Monday, with a risk of flooding and damaging gusts.
A Status Yellow alert is in place for much of the rest of Ireland with gale force winds and heavy rain bringing with them the risk of flooding.
That closure is due to last for 18 hours, with the A14 expected to reopen again at around 9amam tomorrow when wind speeds will decrease to below threshold levels.
A spokeswoman for easyJet, which has confirmed 234 cancellations, said: "Due to forecasted adverse weather conditions caused by Storm Dennis, easyJet, like other airlines, is now seeing disruption to its flight programme for Saturday February 15th".
Flights will be grounded for safety reasons, with British Airways and easyJet confirming cancellations, and anyone hoping to fly is advised to check their airline's website for the latest updates.
She said the community needs immediate government assistance to deal with the flooding but also long term assistance to build flood defences faster in preparation for future weather events.
Forecasters in the United Kingdom are warning residents to brace for the impacts of Storm Dennis, as armies have been called in to assist with recovery efforts.
Media captionBBC Weather's Tomasz Schafernaker looks at the areas most likely to see severe impacts from Storm Dennis.
Two bodies were pulled from rough seas Saturday as Storm Dennis plowed through the region.
That is the assessment of the Environment Agency which is warning that persistent intense rain will fall on ground already saturated.
Calderdale Council said military personnel would also join workers and volunteers to support flood recovery efforts in the area, which was badly hit by flooding during Storm Ciara.
The warning is in place until 8pm on Saturday, February 15.
"Winds moderating from the Northwest later", according to Met Eireann.
The wind warning has been issued for Wexford and Waterford.