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Storm Eunice, the worst storm in a generation hits the UK

The reason is because of the combination of high waves, powerful breezes and storm floods.

Storm Eunice

Storm Eunice made millions of people in the UK to stay at home for the day. All businesses, roads, and schools have to shut down due to flying garbage that can cause major trouble as blows of up to 90mph because of Storm Eunice.

Storm Eunice, the worst storm in a generation hits the UK

Met Office published two ultra-rare “red” weather warnings. It happened from 7 am until midday along the coastline of Devon, Cornwall and Somerset as well as the south coast of Wales, and from 10 am until 3 pm over the East of England and London.

The reason is because of the combination of high waves, powerful breezes and storm floods.

Do not take shots of Storm Eunice

Roy Stokes from the Environment Agency urged people not to take shots in such dangerous conditions as “presumably the most ridiculous thing you can do”. Also, weather observers have been instructed to remain out from the coastline.

The UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson tweeted that Britons should obey the guidance and take protection to keep secure.

Home Office minister Damian Hinds said the Army is on a “high willingness stand-by” to support. “We are extremely urging people to take the protection and make sure they stay secure,” added him.

Storm Eunice, one of the most impactful storms

Paul Gundersen, Met Office chief meteorologist stated that Storm Eunice will bring dangerous gusts in what could be one of the most impactful storms to influence southern and central parts of the UK for a few years.

The Met Office also took the extraordinary step of giving a strict weather alert with National Highways. Strong winds can cover the whole of the country’s strategic road network from 6 am to 6 pm.

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