„Hermine“ and „Bella“ are raging – storms are raging in Germany and France – today – 20-1

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Storm low „Hermine“ with gusts of up to 110 kilometers per hour causes disorder in northern Germany with gale-force gusts. In northern France and Great Britain, storm „Bella“ rages at speeds of up to 170 kilometers per hour and cuts thousands of households from the power supply. Storm depression „Hermine“ brought uncomfortable weather to the north and caused minor damage in some regions. According to the police, several construction fences overturned, signs were blown around, trees fell and branches, glass panes and roof tiles fell to the ground in Hamburg because of the storm during the course of Sunday. In addition, scaffolding in Alsterdorf fell 15 meters on the street, said a spokesman in Hamburg. It looked similar in Schleswig-Holstein. According to the findings, there had been no injuries until Sunday afternoon.

The weather week in the quick check Winter in the mountains, wet and cold in the lowlands

The Hamburg Sea Weather Service had issued a storm warning for the coastal areas on the North and Baltic Seas. He warned until Sunday evening in the north of gusts of wind at up to 85 kilometers per hour and, especially in Schleswig-Holstein in the districts of Dithmarschen and Ostholstein, of heavy gusts of up to 95 kilometers per hour. Hurricane-like gusts of up to 110 kilometers per hour were expected on the North Sea. The storm had its first effects on the coast in the morning. The ferry trips planned for Sunday between Cuxhaven and Helgoland are canceled, said the shipping company Cassen Eils. When traveling by car train from Niebüll to Westerland on Sylt, according to Deutsche Bahn, certain types of vehicles such as camping vehicles or cars with trailers are not expected to be transported until the afternoon due to the storm.

No electricity, hinders flights

The storm „Bella“ has meanwhile caused power outages in thousands of households in northern France and Great Britain and hindered air and train traffic. Around 12,000 households in Brittany and Normandy and 6,000 households in the Calais region were affected. In Wales, too, the electricity went out in around 20,000 households; Trains were delayed due to fallen trees. Charles de Gaulle Airport in the north of Paris reported that more than a third of flights were delayed by an average of around 50 minutes because of the storm. A plane from Luxembourg had to return to the airport of departure, and three other planes were diverted to Orly Airport. On the southern British Isle of Wight, the gusts reached wind speeds of up to 170 kilometers per hour on Sunday night. For Sunday evening, the British weather service issued a warning about expected snow and sleet showers in northern England, Scotland and Northern Ireland.

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