Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Britain battered by 100mph winds

Winds exceeding 100 mph have a norm rather than exception - remember my post of 2012, which is still the most read post of my blog.

It has been in the past and it is even today as winds of 100mph batter Britain while millions of travellers face disruption on Britain's roads and rail network today while others are counting the cost of damaged homes.

And a HGV was blown over the A1 as the gales swept across the Northern England - while planes have been seen landing sideways.

Dailyt Mail reports that Gales of just under 100mph were measured at Capel Curig in Snowdonia, followed by High Bradfield near Sheffield with 82mph gusts and Weybourne in Norfolk with 76mph winds. Liscombe in Somerset, Avonmouth near Bristol and Northolt in north west London were also among the worst-hit areas, experiencing winds in excess of 60mph.

Read more about it at: Daily Mail
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