Hurricane waves have hit northern European countries by Sunday afternoon for a speed of more than 100 miles per hour, and now they are traveling south with strong winds and rain. The following is the current situation in countries affected by the storm, including Germany.
The name of the storm is Kira or the Zabane regardless of the dangerous hurricane Zabina has severely affected many European countries. In many European countries, including Germany, the air and ground transport system has collapsed.
Germany has issued the second-largest alert for most parts of the country, while warnings of the most dangerous level 4 have been issued in the Black Forest areas. The storm will reach the southern part of the country tonight. In Germany, wind speeds are likely to exceed 120 km / h, with the risk of falling trees.
Flights to Frankfurt, Hamburg, Berlin, Cologne, Hannover and Bremen will be affected. Flights from Bon Cologne airport have been canceled. At least 100 flights have been canceled from the country’s largest Frankfurt airport, allowing more than a thousand flights to continue. However, airlines are able to make their own decisions based on weather conditions.
National train company Deutsche Ban has announced the cancellation of long-haul trains. Cities in the north of Germany will be most affected. The national league match of football has also been canceled while other sports competitions and public events have also been canceled.
Belgium will also have to face the chase for the next 24 hours from 10am on Sunday 9th February. So far 60 flights from Brussels airport have been canceled. Today’s matches of the National Football League were also postponed.
It will be the UK’s strongest hurricane ever since 2013, with a wind speed of over 130 km per hour.
The British Meteorological Department has issued at least 22 emergency flood warnings and 149 flood warning alerts. The movements are limited by sea, air, and land.
In France, too, authorities have warned of possible threats from floods and storms. The north and northwest regions of the country are at high risk of being hit and in some areas the wind speed is expected to exceed 140 km / h.
The coastal areas of Ireland are in danger of flooding. Most public events have been canceled due to the severity of the storm.
The holland suffered a concussion this morning. During the day, the wind speed was 100 km per hour, which could exceed 140 km per hour by evening.
Authorities have advised citizens to stay home and avoid unnecessary travel. Dozens of flights have been canceled from Amsterdam Airport.
Zabane has hit Denmark. Local media have reported a number of accidents, but apparently, so far most of Denmark has survived severe storms.
The Norwegian Meteorological Department has issued a ‘yellow warning’ from this morning until 10pm. Several ferries between Sweden and Denmark have been canceled and many roads have also been closed for traffic.