As storm Ciara blows its way across Eastern Europe today Ireland and the UK are left to pick up the pieces, however, the next storm, Storm Dennis is developing in the North Atlantic and is barreling Eastwood and will impacting Ireland and the UK on Saturday. The rains and storms started in late September when Storm Lorenzo battered the British Isles, the storms and floods have been hitting the Brits hard since then.
Storm Ciara left the UK already flood weary people drenched with 6 weeks of rain in 24 hours.15-meter / 50-feet waves across smashed into Ireland and the UK while Network Rail claimed thousands of engineers had "battled horrendous conditions" after storm Ciara blew trees, sheds, roofs and even trampolines onto the tracks. The Mediterranean island of Corsica saw winds as high as 200 kph (124 mph) and up to 500,000 people were without power throughout Europe.
Extreme Weather 2020