Storm Noa wreaks havoc within the UK with gusts as much as 150 km/h


The UK has been hit by Storm Noa, which induced journey disruptions, energy outages, and a seek for a lacking individual. The storm introduced gusts of as much as 96 mph, resulting in the cancellation of many ferries, trains, and flights.

In Brighton, rescuers looked for an individual believed to have been swept out to sea after falling into the water close to Palace Pier. The coastguard helicopter, police, and lifeboats have been all concerned within the search.

The storm additionally resulted in bushes being introduced down and energy outages in southern England and Wales. South Western Railway warned of disruptions till 10 pm on Wednesday, whereas Thameslink and Nice Western Rail additionally suffered delays and cancellations. Two sections of the M4 in Wales and the M48 Severn Bridge have been closed.

The Met Workplace’s Tom Morgan warned of heavy showers and thunderstorms throughout England and Wales, significantly in southeast England and East Anglia. Snow was additionally reported within the Pennines and the Scottish Highland.


The Met Workplace recorded the strongest gust of 96mph on the uncovered Needles chalk stacks on the Isle of Wight. London’s Heathrow Airport was additionally affected, with a number of planes being unable to land as a result of excessive winds.

P&O reported delays on the Dover-Calais ferry route as a result of climate. The Massive One rollercoaster in Blackpool was additionally stopped close to its summit resulting from excessive winds.

See the video of the storm beneath courtesy of BBC:

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