Except for the damage caused by the storm named Arwen, the weather is getting worse.
Thousands of homes in the UK have been without electricity for nine days due to Hurricane Arwen. Said Index.
The previous weekend the hurricane had blown Vihar Caused many deaths
In many places in the UK the damage has not yet been repaired. Prime Minister Boris Johnson himself admitted in a recent Twitter post that he was “worried” that more than 4,700 homes still did not have electricity.
This afternoon I made a number of calls to local community leaders in Northampton, Durham and Darlington, and to those in the forefront of responding to Hurricane Arven, including Lieutenant Colonel Mark Stead, who is coordinating military involvement in response.
– Boris Johnson (orBorisJohnson) December 4, 2021
The situation is exacerbated by significant amounts of rain in the UK on Saturday, which has led to disruptions in hundreds of previously restored homes. Also, the next storm, named Barra, is coming soon, Tuesday. Winds and snowfall are expected on Tuesday.
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