Storm Debi, the fourth storm of the season, has just been officially named.
Met Éireann has officially named the fourth named storm of our 2023/24 storm season. Storm Debi is set to arrive through Monday November 13th.
The storm will be bringing potentially damaging wind gusts, especially through Irish Sea coasts. Gusts over 60 mph are possible through parts of Ireland, even inland, channelling from Galway through to Dublin during the morning.
Wind warnings are in place, which you can find inside the app.
Winds will then strengthen in its track eastwards as it passes the Isle of Man and into north-west England where gusts could reach around 70 - 75 mph, particularly for the Isle of Man and the exposed west coast of Cumbria.
Strong winds are also expected across Northern Ireland, Wales, particularly north-west Wales around Anglesey, south-west Scotland and much of Northern England.
Even away from the peak of the storm, south-east England could see gusts of around 40 mph, easing into the evening.
With this, heavy rain is expected from first thing Monday morning, tracking north-eastwards and tending to clear earlier than the rain.
However on already-saturated soils there is a significant risk of flooding, particularly Northern Ireland where rainfall totals may reach over 50 mm in just a few hours, as well as for parts of Ireland and north-west England.
We'll be keeping you updated throughout the duration of this storm.