UK: Hectare Thunderstorms, 112 km/hr, Hurricane Traffic
The hectic tremor struck at 112 km/hour in Britain today. The British Meteorological Department has issued a warning of ‘fatal cyclones’ on Wednesday. UK: Hectare Thunderstorms, 112 km/hr, Hurricane Traffic. Today, here Thursday a ‘threatening’ warning can announce in North Ireland. Early morning weather announcement in North East England and Scotland from 3 am to 3 pm.
The weather department has declared the amber (ready to be ready for any situation) for the coming days. Yellow weather warnings can declare from 3 am to 3 pm in Yorkshire, Lancashire, Cumbría, North East England and Scotland.
Tremendous trees cause heavy winds and hurricanes
Scotland’s busiest highway M8 has closed due to the collapse of trees in hurricanes. Apart from this, heavy vehicles have closed from A9 Dornock Bridge. When people have not allowed walking on the Forth Road Bridge. Trees have closed due to the collapse of highway M8 hurricane.
Police have warned that due to heavy winds, the surrounding hoards or furniture are falling so that people have asked to be vigilant.
West Coast Main Line train has canceled in Preston and Lockerby. There will be heavy winds in South England and Wales today, but there is less chance of rainfall.
Transportation stops due to heavy rains
‘Fearful’ warning has been declared in Scotland and North England due to heavy wind and rain. There is a possibility of heavy rains in the next hours.
Due to which transportation will be stalled and power supply will drop. There will be heavy winds in South England and Wales today, but there is less chance of rainfall. ‘Fearful’ warning warns of heavy winds and rain in Scotland and North England