May 20, 2022

The UK is facing another catastrophe as eight inches of snow and Hurricane Younis could hamper کوشش 500 million in cleanup efforts.

A three-day weather warning has been issued after a red alert was issued in the south yesterday following the worst storm in a generation.

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Roadside filled with cracked roofs on Kilburn Park Road in LondonCredit: PA
A large tree fell in the strong winds at Spencer Park Battersea.

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A large tree fell in the strong winds at Spencer Park Battersea.Credit: LNP
Big waves hit the coast in Porthall, Burgundy, Wales.

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Big waves hit the coast in Porthall, Burgundy, Wales.Credit: Core Images
The roof of O2 was torn apart by the mega-gale that came from Hurricane Younis.

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The roof of O2 was torn apart by the mega-gale that came from Hurricane Younis.Credit: Reuters
There are snow and yellow weather warnings for most parts of the UK.

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There are snow and yellow weather warnings for most parts of the UK.Credit: Met Office

Massive cleanups are set to begin today following Hurricane Younes’ massive damage, disruption and record-breaking winds of 122 miles per hour in the UK – killing at least four people. ۔

Bad conditions led to travel chaos, flight cancellations, power cuts and police force blackouts.

The train network was hit by flying debris – and buildings and homes were badly damaged.

Repair bills across the country are reportedly expected to rise to more than 500 million – the cost of insurance claims will surpass the ia 360 million bill in 2020 from Hurricanes Ciara and Dennis.

Homeowners will have to pay a lot of money to replace the broken fences and collapsed walls as insurance companies are willing to pay a lot more.

But major clean-up efforts could be hampered by yellow wind and snow warnings across the country.

After the storm, eight inches of snow, frozen snow and winds of 80 miles per hour are ready to blow.

The Meteorological Department issued a yellow wind warning for the south coast of England and South Wales on Saturday.

And a new yellow warning for snow is in the vast majority of Scotland and below England.

Large snowfalls are expected in Northern England, Northern Ireland and Scotland – with some snowfall forecast in the region.

The Meteorological Department warned that fresh waves and icy conditions could “hamper recovery efforts from Hurricane Younis”.

Areas covered by the warning could face more bridge closures, travel delays and further power cuts on Saturday.

And the disruption will continue throughout the day as the deadly storm clears.

A large portion of train services will be closed on Saturday morning and “do not travel” notices have been reissued for various services.

Hurricane Younes entered the UK on Friday morning when the Met Office issued a rare “life-threatening” red warning.

Winds of 122 miles per hour have been temporarily recorded on Needles on the Isle of Wight, the highest recorded in England.


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The previous record was 118 miles per hour in 1979 at Gwynephead in Cornwall.

In the footage, the captured planes are struggling to land in strong winds, the roof of the O2 Arena in London has been damaged, and the spire of St. Thomas Church in Somerset, Wales, is hitting the ground.

A 30-year-old woman was killed when a tree fell on a car in the Harange area of ​​north London on Friday afternoon, Metropolitan Police said. It was the first confirmed death of Younes in England.

A man died in the 1950s in the Mercury Side of the Netherlands when debris hit the windscreen of a car in which he was traveling.

Another man in the 20’s was killed in Alton, Hampshire when a Mercedes-Benz sprinter pickup crashed into a tree on Old Odeham Road just before noon.

Earlier, a man was killed when a tree fell on him in Wexford, Ireland.
In Hanley-on-Thames, a member of the public suffered “severe injuries” after falling from a roof debris.

Two men were hospitalized after being injured in separate incidents in south London.

And as of Friday evening, there were still thousands of power outages in the western part of the country.

National Railways said “most of the UK routes” were affected on Saturday morning.

Buckham, a tree in the head crushed the car.

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Buckham, a tree in the head crushed the car.Credit: Oliver Dixon
Allison Adams has the experience of lifting hair in high winds at Cornwall, St. Ives.

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Allison Adams has the experience of lifting hair in high winds at Cornwall, St. Ives.Credit: Apex
A trampoline flies in the wind in Wales.

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A trampoline flies in the wind in Wales.Credit: PA
Firefighters inspect the badly damaged property in Newport.

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Firefighters inspect the badly damaged property in Newport.Credit: Ashley Croden / News Images

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