UK: Storm Dudley poses threats to life; Scotland halts train service


Two other storms are set to strike the United Kingdom this week with magnitudes of 90mph. The sources predicted it, and other sources stated that it was a life-threatening storm, and the team of forecasters dangerously stated it.

Storm Dudley is also expected to hit northern parts of the United Kingdom on February 16, Wednesday and also on February 17 Thursday, before Storm Eunice arrives on Friday.


After the storm hit the country Met Office declared weather warnings for the high winds, effective across the country.

The forecaster warned that the storm might cause danger to life and “damage to buildings, such as tiles blown from roofs,” the forecaster warned.

Even doctors of the country also warned people to go outdoor that storm Dudley is dangerous so that people can avoid going out.

Train services are also stopped in Scotland till the tomorrow 4:00 pm in this afternoon, and the wind of speed is also high and expected to reach their heights- for safety reasons, said Scotrail.

Amber and yellow warnings will be in place in the United Kingdom from 3 pm on February 16 Wednesday until 9 am Thursday. There were 11 total flood alerts in place across the Uk.

According to the Met Office meteologist, ‘Tom Morgan’ stated that western parts of Scotland would “bear the brunt” of the strongest winds.


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