Hurricane Harry over Ireland and Great Britain – snow in Germany

Hurricane Harry over Ireland and Great Britain - snow in Germany

Hurricane Harry causes heavy snowfall in Europe But the camp strongly affects Ireland. Now there is a weather warning.

In short the essentials

  • Hurricane Harry is moving toward Ireland.
  • The country has been warned of power outages and floods.
  • Snowfall in Switzerland and Germany.

Okran Harry moves to Ireland and Great Britain. Countries must be prepared to deal with turbulent weather, weather warnings have been issued.

The epicenter was reported below the Pacific Ocean floor, however; no tsunami alert was issued. The country should consider power outages and storms. Winds can reach up to 130 kilometers per hour. In addition to the heavy snowfall, Great Britain also needs to be considered a hurricane.

Harry’s heart avoids Europe. Unlike Germany, Switzerland will not be directly affected. But the cyclone also affects the climate of this country.

Heavy snow falls as the entire front meets the west side of the Alps. Heavy snowfall is expected, especially in Swabia and (D) Allgäu (D), as reported by “focus.de”.

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