Storm Eunice is battering the UK, with recorded winds up to 122mph on the Isle of Wight
Whilst not every area is being battered by windows of that magnitude, all areas are being warned regarding disruptions to travel, including rail, bus, and car. Whilst at regional and international airports, footage has emerged of planes struggling to land in the fierce winds. As in our video, even London is experiencing hazardous conditions, and some trees have already come down as a result.
Storm Eunice…Exercise Caution
The fact that the Met Office has issued red or amber warnings throughout the UK means that care should be exercised during all normal daily activities.
If you have to travel, do so with care, and stay away from vulnerable areas such as coastlines, rivers, and places where trees could fall.
Snow Affecting Northern Areas
Whilst the majority of England is facing periiods of rain and strong winds, snow accumulations in Scotland and Northern England are likely to become a problem, with the BBC Weather warning that snow management vehicles may not be able to cope with the heavy falls.
Due to driving conditions deteriorating in these areas, the advice is to travel only if necessary, and to do so with care.
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