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Britain: “Red” alarm in London due to Eunice storm


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Extreme weather is expected to hit London and its capital as a result Britain Should be placed under maximum weather warning along with other parts of the country. At the same time, the army is ready to fight back Storm Eunice began to hit the country with a very strong wind.

Several flights were canceled at airports in the British capital. Millions of Britons have been called home by the British Meteorological Service (Meteorological Office) due to a new storm in southwestern England and south Wales, which issued a red alert – the highest level – on Thursday.

In fact, the meteorological service issued a second maximum warning this morning for the southeastern part of the country, including the capital. This is the first time the alarm system has been in place since 2011.

Undersecretary of State Damien Hinds called on the British people to “take precaution and be safe” as winds could reach 145 kmph along the coast and 130 kmph on land.

“It simply came to our notice then Life threatening During such weather events, he told Sky News that the military was ready to deal with one of the biggest storms in three decades.

An emergency cabinet meeting is scheduled for this afternoon to discuss the impact of the storm.

The British Environment Agency has warned that they could be mentioned Significant flooding And most schools in the southwest of the country are closed today.

British Airways has canceled “multiple flights” and airlines have urged their users not to “travel”, warning that timetable changes could be announced at the last minute.

British Motorway spoke of the “particularly high risk” of network accidents. Bus and train traffic was affected in Wales.

More than 55,000 homes in the area were without electricity this morning IrelandAccording to the public broadcaster RTE, all schools will be closed today.

Another hurricane, Dudley, caused less significant problems in Scotland and the north of the UK on Wednesday, leaving many homes without electricity.

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