Storm Dennis Cancelled Hundreds of Flights in Great Britain This Weekend
Storm Dennis cancelled hundreds of flights in Great Britain this weekend. Dennis will also cause strong gusts with us on Sunday.
Storm Dennis cancelled hundreds of flights in Great Britain this weekend. This involves tens of thousands of passengers from airlines including Easyjet and British Airways.
Due to the heavy rainfall, meteorologists take into account new floods that can affect hundreds of houses. Storm Dennis may also cause disruptions in rail traffic, on the road and in the power supply.
Last week the storm had caused much damage to Ciara in the country. Meteorologists estimate Dennis even more dangerous than Ciara.
In some areas, the new storm would produce as much rainfall in one or two days as what falls typically in a month. As the soil is still saturated in many places, the consequences can be more serious, experts say.
Storm Dennis will gain momentum in Saturday and continue to rage until Sunday evening, according to meteorologists. Wales and the north and south-west of England, in particular, have to deal with the storm.
We too, will be visiting Dennis. On Sunday afternoon, the RMI expects high winds of 70 to 90 km / h, with peaks of up to 100 km / h. Strong gusts of wind but not as strong as that of Ciara last weekend.