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Storm Eunice is likely to affect us in Derbyshire between 5am and 9pm tomorrow, Friday 18 February, with winds of up to 70mph forecast from the early afternoon until the early evening.
The Met Office have issued an Amber warning, which means there is a high risk trees or power lines being brought down, of flying debris and disrupted travel services.
We could then get some snow over the Peak District hills on Friday evening.
Risk of flooding in the county is currently low, however if you come across flood water do not enter on foot or in a vehicle.
If you need help due to a storm related incident, here is some advice on who you should call:
If roads become unsafe due to flooding or fallen trees, motorists should make sure they obey any road closure signs.
For the most recent information on weather warnings from the Met Office, please click here: https://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/warnings-and-advice/uk-warnings#?date=2022-02-18&id=cee3e4f8-3600-41ac-bfad-d0c8bf834829
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