Separe os nomes com vírgulas.
Tópico em 'Europa' iniciado por irpsit 1 Jan 2017 às 21:55.
7 people killed by storm Xavier, rail travellers told to expect further disruptions
6 October 2017, 08:47 CEST+02:00
Germany: Storm Xavier results in seven dead, traffic disruptions Oct. 5 /update 1
Storm Xavier left at least seven people dead in Germany
on Thursday, October 5, as high winds buffeted the north of the
country. Much of northern Germany was under a Category 3 storm warning,
on a scale from 1 (least severe) to 4 (most severe), and experienced
winds reaching 100-130 km/h (62-80 mph) on Thursday afternoon (local
time). Among the most severely affected regions are Brandenburg, Berlin, Hamburg, Bremen, and Lower Saxony.
Winds reached 120 km/h (75 mph) in Berlin, resulting in the Berlin fire
brigade declaring a state of emergency and numerous transportation
disruptions. Xavier led to the temporary suspension of flight operations
at Berlin Tegel Airport (TXL) and Berlin Schönefeld Airport (SXF) on Thursday; in addition, some international flights were canceled at Bremen Airport (BRE) and Hanover Airport
(HAJ). Berlin's S-Bahn urban rail service, U-Bahn underground metro
service, and trams also experienced significant disruptions on Thursday.
Deutsche Bahn temporarily canceled long-distance train service to and
from Berlin, as well as some trains in Lower Saxony, Bremen, Schleswig-Holstein,
and commuter trains in Hamburg. Additionally, the Berlin Transport
Company announced around 17:00 (local time) that all bus service had
stopped in the city; bus service reportedly may not fully resume until
after Friday morning. Most transportation disruptions in Germany
resulting from Storm Xavier are expected to be resolved by Friday.
Severe weather has resulted in increasingly
costly damages in Germany over the past few years: in 2016, German
insurers paid EUR 940 million (USD 1.1 billion) in storm damage claims,
compared to EUR 100 million (USD 117 million) in 2015. Thus far in 2017,
storm damage in Germany has reportedly cost insurers EUR 600 million
(USD 702 million) in damages.
Situação muito perigosa para a Irlanda, o Arpége não está nada meigo:
Fumo dos incêndios hoje, na Europa Central/Escandinávia:
Céu esta manhã em Copenhaga..
Enviado do meu SM-G925F através de Tapatalk
Parece que por fin ha llegado el otoño:
Sierra Nevada (Granada) hoy:
Jerez de la Frontera (Cádiz)
Atención a la costa mediterránea ibérica esta tarde:
110 mm en lo que va de día en Gandesa (Tarragona), en su estación del Servicio Meteorológico de Cataluña:
Algunos rayos caídos muy cerca del que graba: