Western parts of country told to expect transport disruption and flying debris as Ireland prepares for worst storm in decades

Weather warnings have been issued across much of the west of the UK for Monday, with gusts up to 80mph brought by Hurricane Ophelia likely to cause transport disruption, while some areas in the east will enjoy unseasonably warm temperatures.

Met Office’s severe weather alerts warn of flying debris, potential power cuts and disruption to transport and mobile phone signal.

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