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Storm Isha sweeps the Netherlands and Ireland: 130 flights canceled in Schiphol and power outages for 170,000 families and businesses in Ireland |  outside

Storm Isha sweeps the Netherlands and Ireland: 130 flights canceled in Schiphol and power outages for 170,000 families and businesses in Ireland | outside

Storm Isha is raging in the Netherlands and Ireland. At least 170,000 Irish homes and businesses were without power on Sunday evening. Our northern neighbors have already canceled 130 flights at Schiphol Airport today. Our country is expected to witness strong winds until Wednesday.

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The yellow code has been in place since 10pm last night Holland, with wind speeds of up to 100 kilometers per hour. Very strong winds are expected, with speeds ranging between 100 and 110 kilometers per hour, especially in the provinces of North Holland and the Wadden region. Meanwhile, Storm Isha has already calmed down somewhat, but strong wind gusts of 75-80 kilometers per hour are still possible within the country. On the coast, wind speeds may reach 90 kilometers per hour. As far as we know, the storm did not cause any major damage last night or this morning. There were not many accidents on the track.

The Irish Times reported on Sunday evening that at least 170,000 families and businesses were in the country Ireland They have lost power. On Sunday, 148 flights were canceled at Dublin Airport: 75 arriving and 73 departing. Another 35 flights were diverted to other airports. Ten flights were canceled at Cork Airport: four arriving and six departing. Train and bus services were also disrupted, including by falling trees.

The slopes of the storm can also be seen here. This overview shows where stormy weather causes inconvenience in Flanders.

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Delay in Schiphol

A spokeswoman for Dutch airline KLM said on Sunday that the company would cancel at least 65 flights on Monday. According to the airline, these destinations are located within Europe.

Schiphol Airport, near Amsterdam, warned passengers of the consequences of the storm. “Flights to and from Schiphol may experience delays or cancellations. “We find it disturbing for the passengers affected by this,” the airport said in X. A total of 130 flights have been cancelled.

Air traffic control in the Netherlands (LVNL) issued a limited runway capacity for Schiphol Airport on Monday after the storm.

Temporarily closing the British nuclear complex

The Sellafield nuclear complex, located near the town of Seascale on the Irish Sea in the northwest of the UK, has halted operations following severe weather warnings from Isha. Sellafield is currently used to store Britain's stockpile of plutonium and highly radioactive waste, according to the BBC.

Business is expected to resume as usual on Monday. In an update to staff, the UK government said that “there are currently no safety or security concerns associated with this suspension.”

The biggest problems from the Ishaa storm are expected to continue into Monday morning.

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