US Weather. The Aurore storm is shifting east: what should we expect this Thursday?
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The Aurore storm that addressed Brittany Wednesday, October 20 stands up to the east and concerns a good northern half and east of the country. It is accompanied by sustained rains, isolated storms and strong gusts.
The arrival of the first autumn stormAround 7 o'clock, this gust of wind, which was particularly violent during the night in Haute-Normandy and south of Picardy, was shifting towards the Paris region, Champagne and the Ardennes. twelve departments
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Storm Aurore: 250,000 homes deprived of electricity, disturbed trains
More than 250,000 homes are deprived of electricity and trains traffic is disturbed in northern France, mainly in Normandy, because of the violent winds that swept The country in the night of Wednesday on Thursday. © Fred Tanneau / AFP More than 250,000 homes are deprived of electricity and trains circulation is disrupted in the north of France, mainly in Normandy, because of the violent winds that swept the country in the night of Wednesday to Thursday.
october 21, 2021 Weather France raised in the last 3 Wind Hours at 175 km / h in Fécamp (76), 150 km / h in Cape of La Hève (Seine-Maritime), 143 km / h in Granville (Manche), 122 km / h in Rouen (Seine-Maritime) and 106 km / h in Caen (Calvados). Violent blows of wind are still expected in the early morning, this disturbance still gives precipitation from the Grand East to the west of Auvergne and the Alps, before escaping out of our borders. This storm can still bring violent winds of wind, similar to those measured more than 130 km / h the day before.
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Strong winds cause damage, disruptions in western Europe
PARIS (AP) — A quarter of a million French homes were without electricity Thursday and trains were halted from Normandy to the Paris region after powerful winds swept across swaths of northern France, the Netherlands and Belgium. Local media reported that four people were injured in the Dutch town of Barendrecht, on the southern edge of Rotterdam, as strong gusts ripped tiles off roofs and uprooted trees in a residential neighborhood in the early hours of the morning. © Provided by Associated Press A woman walks on the promenade at the Baltic Sea in Travemuende, northern Germany, Thursday, Oct.21, 2021. Northern Germany was hit by storm and heavy rain falls.
october 21, 2021 The sky nevertheless remains very loaded on most regions the majority of the day. Brief periods of thinning alternate with frequent cloudy passages carrying out, more numerous on the northern half of the country.
Find the latest information about the Aurore storm in our live.Only the Mediterranean regions, the Languedoc-Roussillon coast to the PACA region enjoy beautiful sunny periods. Nearly 23 degrees on the Mediterranean coast after the wind of the night, the West Wind remains very present on a northern half of the country with gusts reaching 70 to 80 km / h. at sunrise, the thermometer displays from 8 to 16 degrees Belgian borders at the Mediterranean shore. The maximums are between 14 and 19 degrees in general, close to 21 to 23 towards the Great Blue and Corsica.
'You never know when you’re going to get that call': Custodian staffers spend the night at NYC schools to make sure they open after storms .
New York City major Bill de Blasio recognized some unsung heroes this week. They included the Department of Education’s custodial staff.Because after 25 years of working in the school system, he knows that preparation is the key to getting through any storm – like the nor’easter that hit this week or Hurricane Ida which hit last month – and being able to open school on time.