The storm did not bypass Western Europe either. Injuries were also reported as winds raged in northern France, the Netherlands and Belgium. Four Dutch people were hit in a town near Rotterdam. In France, a quarter of a million homes were left without electricity.
There were no trains from Normandy to the Paris region. After the railways were blocked by the translated trees, train connections were also hampered in the Netherlands. Gusty winds have moved to Germany – two Berlin zoos have been closed for safety reasons, and disturbances for train passengers have also been recorded here.
Stormy winds continue to travel through Lithuania. According to the latest forecasts of the Lithuanian Hydrometeorological Service (LHMT), a powerful Atlantic cyclone will continue to cause storms and storms today.
Occasional rain on October 22, heavy in places on the northwest side of the country. Thunderstorms somewhere. Wind southwest, west, 16–21 m / s, in places 22–27 m / s, at the seaside 28–30 m / s. The highest temperature is 6-11 degrees.
October 23 intermittent rain. Wind southwest, west, daytime northwest, 9–14 m / s, night in many places, daytime gusts 15–20 m / s. Temperature at night 2-7, at the seaside up to 9, during the day 6-10 degrees.
October 24 in places for a short time. Wind night northwest, 6-11 m / s, daytime changing direction, 4-9 m / s. Temperature at night from 1 degree of cold to 4 degrees of heat, at the seaside 5–7 degrees of heat, during the day 5–10 degrees of heat.