Storm Dennis: Hour-by-hour Sunday forecast for Portsmouth with more gales and heavy rain forecast

More stormy weather is expected in Portsmouth tomorrow morning as Storm Dennis continues to wreck havoc across the UK.

Saturday, 15th February 2020, 5:26 pm
Updated Saturday, 15th February 2020, 5:26 pm

On Saturday train and ferry services were delayed and cancelled and there was flooding along seafronts as winds of more than 50mph battered the region.

The Met Office has issued two weather warnings, for wind and rain, which remain in place along the south coast.

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A flood alert is also active for the area surrounding the lower River Ems, with residents in Emsworth and Westbourne warned of possible flooding to homes, fields and roads.

The worst of the storm is expected to come on Sunday morning, when wind speeds could reach up to 60mph.

Here is the latest Met Office forecast for Sunday:

6am – heavy rain – 12C – 58mph

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7am – heavy rain – 12C – 60mph

8am – heavy rain – 12C – 61mph

9am – heavy rain – 11C – 40mph

10am – heavy rain – 10C – 33mph

11am – heavy rain – 9C – 35mph

12pm – heavy rain – 9C – 38mph

1pm – heavy rain – 9C – 43mph

2pm – heavy rain – 9C – 43mph

3pm – light rain – 8C – 43mph

4pm – heavy rain – 9C – 40mph

5pm – cloudy – 9C – 41mph

6pm – cloudy – 9C – 38mph

7pm – cloudy – 9C – 42mph

8pm – light showers – 8C – 41mph

9pm – clear night – 8C – 41mph