Storm Eunice, one of the most severe storms in recent times, is wreaking havoc throughout much of the United Kingdom.
After the British Met Office issued a “rare red weather warning” about the storm’s possible
dire consequences, Dutch flagship airline KLM cancelled approximately 167 flights scheduled for Friday.
“Our flights to, from, or via Amsterdam Airport Schiphol may be interrupted due to bad weather in Amsterdam
on Thursday 17 February and Friday 18 February 2022,” the business warned in a statement.
Anticipating Storm Eunice to bring strong winds of up to 90 miles per hour to the south-west of England and South Wales,
as per the weather experts. They also warned that flying debris might endanger people’s lives, as well as power outages and property damage.
Suspension of many trains due to immediate threats, and as an advisory precaution the schools to shut down as a preventative measure in the United Kingdom.
Millions of people living on the coasts of Devon, Cornwall, and Somerset are expected to be affected by Storm Eunice.
Consequently, Advising the residents on the south coast of Wales to stay indoors during the adverse weather.
As a life-threatening, damaging wind storm is likely to rip across some of Europe’s most densely populated areas in the next 48 hours,
the Netherlands’ meteorological service issues a “rare red weather warning” as devastating storm Eunice approaches
England and is to expect that it would impact today. Also,expecting wind to reach 139 kilometres per hour in some areas of the country.
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