Hurricane Brian ‘cancels’ trains and flights in UK and Ireland

In Great Britain and Ireland, because of the hurricane “Brian”, dozens of trains and flights have been canceled. Almost throughout Ireland, as well as Wales, in the south of England and in the Midlands district and in the north-west of the country, a storm warning has been announced.

Trains are canceled mainly because of fallen on the rails of trees. In Wales, decided to reduce the speed of the train. A number of local flights canceled in connection with a strong wind.

The largest British air carrier British Airways also canceled some flights, but the number of is small. From Ireland and Wales there are reports of light outages.

According to forecasts of weather forecasters, the consequences of the hurricane will be felt all weekend.