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Movies Storm Nelsons' Chaos: Carmageddon-Planes Abort Landings-London on Tornado Watch

Storm Nelsons' Getaway Chaos: Millions Thrown Into Easter Holiday HELL as 80mph Winds Hit UK

Easter Getaway Scramble as Drivers Face Carmageddon

Cancelled trains, ferry services and planes are forced to abort landings - as London is put on Tornado-watch

MailOnline 29 MAR 2024


Britain's getaway was hit by Storm Nelson today as busy roads were deluged by torrential rain, trains were delayed by high winds and planes had to abort landings.

Ferries were cancelled as the UK endured 80mph gusts, snow, hail and thunder while parks, zoos and gardens had to close with the south of England particularly badly hit.

The Met Office extended a 17-hour wind warning to cover the whole of the south coast from Cornwall to Kent and up to Suffolk with strong gusts until midnight.

Also today, the Tornado and Storm Research Organisation warned there was a 'low end chance' of one or two tornadoes developing over an area of England including London with a Met Office meteorologist saying 'the odd tornado' was possible.

DFDS had to cancel some ferries from Dover to Calais and Dieppe to Newhaven, while Thameslink warned rail passengers that the winds could delay trains. Services between Bournemouth and Weymouth in Dorset had to run at reduced speed.

Drivers were told to expect 'carmageddon' amid the 'danger to life' weather alert as families on leisure journeys competed for road space with regular commuters.

Some 14million getaway trips across the weekend are set to cause gridlock on the roads, with some journeys expected to take twice as long as normal because the bank holiday coincides with the start of a two-week holiday for many schools.

The RAC and transport analysis company Inrix estimated two million trips will take place today, with the worst congestion anticipated to be between 2pm and 7pm.

The busiest route is expected to be the western section of the M25 between the M23 for Gatwick Airport and the M1 for Hertfordshire. Journeys on this stretch from 4pm are expected to take over two hours, which is more than twice as long as usual.

In addition, two million British holidaymakers are set to jet off abroad over the Easter weekend, with Manchester Airport bracing for a 'record-breaking' passenger total.

Meanwhile the Port of Dover warned those catching a ferry today that sea conditions in the English Channel were 'rough with a strong south-easterly breeze, force six'.

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