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Britain uses military to deal with severe winter storms (photos)

Britain uses military to deal with severe winter storms (photos)

Major tourist attractions, parks and schools across the UK have been announced to be closed on Friday; In response to weather warnings about an impending storm, forecasters say it will be the worst in 32 years.

And the British newspaper, the “Daily Mail”, confirmed that the army was on standby and that after the Meteorological Office issued a rare red alert, the government was holding an emergency “snake” meeting, but winds of up to 100 miles per hour were expected only in the southwest, and residents ” They are asked to stay indoors as much as possible because flying debris is life threatening. “

In the south of England, amber warnings of slightly weaker winds have been issued, although they could still reach speeds of up to 80 mph. This amber warning covers the Midlands and much of northern England and Wales.

In addition to parks and gardens, other closures include Salisbury Cathedral, the National Holocaust Center in Nottinghamshire and the Twigross Zoo in Leicestershire, and the gardens will be closed at Hampstead Heath in north London, while Hammersmith and Fulham will be on the west side for our protection. Said.

He pointed out that the list of schools that closed their doors today continues to grow as North Wales schools announced a precautionary strike on Friday and closed several schools in Cardiff, Swansea, Bridget and Newport.

Mendelee County Council announced, “All schools and colleges in Somerset have ceased operations today, while Bristol City Council has announced that all schools will be closed.

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The newspaper confirmed that Eunice was the second storm to hit the UK in 3 days.