Storm Ewan was named by the Irish Meteorological service Met Éireann and brought strong winds to the Republic of Ireland and northern UK on 26 February 2017.
Storm Ewan was the last named storm of the 2016/2017 season, and brought strong winds and rain to northern areas of the UK and across the Republic of Ireland.
Storm Ewan Impacts
Ewan wasn't a particularly strong storm, and came soon after Storm Doris which brought more widespread disruption across the UK. Ewan was felt more across southern parts of the Republic of Ireland. The storm only had yellow Met Office warnings for wind across parts of Scotland and Northern Ireland. Reports of minor flooding due to wave overtopping and some travel delays at Leeds Bradford airport were seen due to the strong winds.
|Site name||Area||Max gust (mph)|
|Needles||Isle of Wight||64|
|Malin Head||Co. Donegal||