Where did the st jude storm hit

The St. Jude storm, also known as Cyclone Christian, and other names, was a severe Hurricane-force 12 European windstorm that hit Northwestern Europe on . St. Jude's day storm (Cyclone Christian). 28 October Trees were still in full leaf and therefore vulnerable to the storm-force winds. Several thousand trees . 'St Jude's Day' storm - October The timing of the storm meant that trees were still in full leaf and vulnerable to strong winds. The path of.

Aftermath of the St Jude storm in Hever, Kent, where year-old Insurers were counting the cost of the storm but said it was too early to tell. Strong winds and rain battered southern parts of England and Wales early on Monday, disrupting trains and closing roads. The storm has been. St Jude's day storm one of the worst in recent years to hit the UK with The Environment Agency said there were 12 flood warnings in place.

The popularly named St Jude storm (officially named Christian) of October was the most severe to hit southern Britain for over a. Long term responses - Later reactions that occur in the weeks, months and years after the event. The St. Jude storm was a huge LOW PRESSURE. The St. Jude's Day Storm has brought extreme weather and hurricane-force winds to the UK, along with flood alerts. Above, a man jumps over a fallen tree. The St. Jude Storm also known as Cyclone Christian was a severe European windstorm that hit Northwestern Europe from 27 October to.