At least four people are dead after flooding and high winds, and rare winter wildfires kill hundreds of goats and destroy homes The French Alps were on maximum avalanche alert on Thursday as Storm Eleanor swept through Europe, killing...Show More Summary
The French Alps were on maximum avalanche alert Thursday as Storm Eleanor swept through Europe, killing at least four people and fanning rare winter wildfires in Corsica.
The French Alps were on maximum avalanche alert Thursday after Storm Eleanor swept through Europe, killing at least three people, grounding planes and fanning wildfires in Corsica. With the mountains packed with skiiers for the school...Show More Summary
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Why the driver of this car thinks it's a good idea to cruise through Ireland's Storm Eleanor, which caused widespread flooding and winds of up to 100mph, is anyone's guess. Needless to say, don't try this at home. Via Mashable
Carrying winds of 100 miles per hour, the storm brought hail and heavy rain, flooded streets and uprooted trees.
One man died and at least 15 people were injured in France as Storm Eleanor raced across the country on Tuesday and Wednesday. Flights were cancelled at some French airports, road and rail traffic was seriously disrupted and the Eiffel Tower closed.
Footage shows the BA flight from Edinburgh to London 's City Airport being tossed about by the wind as it came in to land this morning.
Winter storm Eleanor swept into France, Belgium and the Netherlands on Wednesday after tearing through England and Northern Ireland, cutting power to tens of thousands while forcing airports and train services to halt operations. Heavy...Show More Summary
The phrase "don't try this at home" has never been more relevant than when applied to the video below. SEE ALSO: Neil deGrasse Tyson explains what 'a perfect storm' actually means On Tuesday, Ireland was hit by Storm Eleanor. The BBC...Show More Summary
GALWAY (Reuters) - Homes and business on Ireland's west coast suffered flood damage and 27,000 were still without electricity on Wednesday after Storm Eleanor brought heavy rain and winds of up to 155 kilometers per hour.
Tuesday night's three Premiership fixtures are halted because of strong winds from Storm Eleanor.
As France cleared up the damage wreaked by Storm Carmen, forecasters warned that Storm Eleanor would hit about a quarter of the country on Tuesday night.