- Millions of people in London, southern England and Wales are at risk of dying from inclement weather.
- You have been asked to stay home.
- According to the British Met Office, floods, flying debris, hooded roofs, uprooted trees and disruption to train and ship traffic are expected.
According to the BBC, Eunice – baptized “Zeinab” in German-speaking countries – could be one of the deadliest storms in Great Britain in decades.
In Ireland, strong winds have already caused thousands of households to lose power during the night. Crown Prince Charles had canceled a visit to Wales due to the warnings.
A storm warning also applies to northwest France. Many train lines will be stopped as a precaution.
Ylenia has already caused a power outage
Storm Dudley – known in German-speaking countries as “Yelenia” – already disrupted rail traffic in northern and eastern Germany on Thursday night.
There were also severe disruptions to train services in Scotland and northern England. Thousands of homes across northern England were left without power.
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