Storm Dennis is continuing to lash large parts of the UK, bringing heavy rain and strong winds.
Two people had to be rescued after their car was swept off the road near Newcastleton, in the Scottish Borders.
In Ilkley and Calder in West Yorkshire the Army has been helping residents shore up flood defences, a week after they were hit by Storm Ciara.
The Environment Agency has warned flooding could be worse than Ciara because of the saturated ground.
Last weekend’s storm caused hundreds of homes to be flooded and left more than , (people without power.
) (As of Sunday morning, three severe flood warnings were in place across Scotland for the Hawick area in the Scottish Borders – with some people advised to evacuate their homes.
A further Reservists from 4th Battalion, The Yorkshire Regiment, will also be providing support where required.
Separate flood warnings and advice have also been issued for residents in the Borders, Dumfries and Galloway, South Lanarkshire and South Ayrshire.
Across the UK road, rail and air travelers also face disruption, with British Airways and easyJet flights among those affected.
are in place for most of the country into Sunday evening.
This means flooding could cause a danger to life, power cuts are expected and there is a good chance transport links will be impacted.
On Saturday, the body of a man was pulled from the sea off the Kent coast .
The man was declared dead at the scene in Herne Bay after emergency services were called at : GMT. Kent Police are not linking his death to Storm Dennis.
The force said it was not known how the man had entered the water and his death was “not being treated as suspicious”.
A second body was found by the RNLI at about : 15 GMT on Saturday after a seven-hour search in “rough seas” for a man who fell from a fuel tanker off the coast of Margate.
In other developments:
- About flights were grounded at London’s Heathrow Airport. Most of them are British Airways
- Rail passengers across the country were urged to check before traveling, with delays and cancellations expected on certain routes
- For more information, check the BBC Weather
The Met Office has forecast that some areas could see between – (mm of rainfall and gusts of up to mph over the weekend.
The predictions are not as severe as last weekend when Ciara brought as much as (mm of rain and gusts reaching) mph.
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