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England and Wales overnight 26 to 27 December. The strongest winds were across Wales, south-west and southern England, where this was one of the most powerful storms of the year. Impacts Fallen trees caused disruption to rail services in the south-west, south-east and London, while Dover to Calais
storm of the 2018/2019 winter. Impacts Storm Gareth brought travel disruption with rail services affected across northern England and Scotland. Ferry crossings between Dover and Calais were delayed and fallen trees blocked some roads across Wales. Large waves battered exposed coastlines. On 16 March
sands. Swimmers should take caution, and sunbathers who are not inclined to surf may be better off on the west coast of the island where the sea is more tranquil. If you are in St Joseph's or exploring the east coast, Hunte's Gardens are well worth a look. Dover Beach, Rockley Beach, and Miami
by flooding. Impacts The storm caused widespread disruption throughout the UK. Hundreds of flights were cancelled, and rail passengers advised not to travel. Ferry services were cancelled and the Port of Dover was closed. There were difficult driving conditions on roads and an overturned lorry on the M1
, occasionally moderate Humber, Thames, Dover, Wight Southeast 3 to 5 veering southwest 4 to 6, increasing 7 for a time. Smooth or slight at first except in Wight, otherwise slight or moderate becoming moderate or rough. Showers. Good, occasionally moderate Portland, Plymouth South or southwest 5 to 7
was killed in Kent by a falling tree, and a bus driver seriously injured. A crewmember was killed as a vessel in the English Channel was struck by a large wave. The QE11 bridge on the M25 was closed for several hours as was the port of Dover. Further very strong winds overnight 4th / 5th January
without power for more than 24 hours. Buildings were damaged by winds or falling trees. Numerous small boats were wrecked or blown away, with one ship at Dover being blown over and a Channel ferry was blown ashore near Folkestone. While the storm took a human toll, claiming 18 lives in England
04°00’ E 54°15’ N 04°00’ E 53°35’ N 04°40’ E 52°45’ N 04°40’ E Humber 52°45’ N 01°40’ E 52°45’ N 04°40’ E 53°35’ N 04°40’ E 54°15’ N 04°00’ E 54°15’ N 00°20’ W Thames 51°15’ N 01°25’ E 51°15’ N 02°55’ E 52°45’ N 04°40’ E 52°45’ N 01°40’ E Dover 50°45’ N 00°15’ E 50°15’ N 01°30’ E 51°15’ N 02°55’ E
trees and there were a number of overturned lorries e.g. on the M4 in south Wales. Several hundred flights in the UK were cancelled and many aircraft struggled to land in the strong winds. The Port of Dover was temporarily closed to all shipping, and the Humber bridge and both Severn bridges were
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