While Denmark still waiting for the whirlwind, really breaks loose, then it goes so far different dramatically in Scotland and the rest of the Uk.
Winds of up to 145 kilometres an hour have ravaged parts of Scotland. The storm Legion has toppled many trees and trucks. Streets have been flooded, and rescue workers had to help the trapped drivers out of their cars.
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the power Lines are blown down, while ferries and trains have been cancelled as a result of the storm.
Especially the air traffic has been affected. The two major airports in London Gatwick and Heathrow has had to cancel several flights, leaving many passengers in an hour-long chaos. Also the other airports are reporting significant delays in traffic.
Newhaven Lighthouse in the south of england. Photo: Glyn Kirk/ AFP
Meteorologists and authorities are warning citizens across the country about the risk of being hit by flying objects.
According to the Daily Mail warns the forecasters also about the massive rains. Each of the places you can fall up to 100 millimetres of rain. Other places expect around 50-70 millimeters.
In London, the authorities have chosen to close eight parks - including the well-known Hyde Park until Monday because of the danger of crashing trees and falling branches.
An unsightly mixture of both rain, sleet and snow is expected to hit the country, coupled with a 10 meter high waves raging in the Atlantic ocean off the Uk coast.
the Reason for the strong storms, which also hit, among other things Norway, due to a low pressure off Iceland. We are talking about the strongest low pressure systems this winter, informs the Norwegian meteorologists to vg.no.
It is, however, not all citizens, who have chosen to follow the authorities ' warning. On Saturday you could see the so-called body boarders enjoy themselves in the violent waves in Wales.
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