The United Kingdom is expected to witness the worst storm it’s ever seen for the past seven years this coming weekend.
The storm, named Storm Ciara will be the most severe storm the residents of the country will witness since 2013, with threats to life, the Met Office warns.
According to weather reports, Storm Ciara is expected to bring “very strong” winds of the range of 50 to 60 miles per hour across the entire country starting on Sunday morning.
The reports say the storm will carry gusts beyond 80mph in some areas, with serious risk of flying debris causing injuries or death and damage to structures.
The storm will come with heavy rain that will likely flood homes and offices within England and Wales — with the possibility of significant disruptions to all forms of transportations over the weekend.