Carmen storm has left France, no department on Orange alert

Carmen Storm Leaves France, End of the Orange Alert

Carmen storm swept France on Monday 1st January 2018. No more department is on orange alert for strong winds. The Carmen storm left France, where more no department is orange alert for strong winds, especially after sweeping the coast of Brittany, the Aquitaine coast and Corsica with gusts over 130 km/h leaving many without power, still 11,000 homes this […]

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Carmen storm did the show at the Sables d'Olonne

Sables d’Olonne: The Carmen storm Attracted a Large Crowd

A short video for those who missed the big show that the Carmen storm offered on Monday 1st January, at the hour of high tide in Sables d’Olonne. Storm , big tidal coefficient, high tide, sun and holiday: all the ingredients were there for the large crowd massed on the edge of the ocean to the Sables […]

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Carmen storm caused the fall of a wind turbine at Bouin, Vendee

Carmen Storm: Gusts up to 113 km/h on the l’île d’Yeu, Vendee

The Vendée department remains on orange alert for the Carmen Storm with to the risk of strong wind and the risk of flooding from waves. At Bouin, a wind turbine has collapsed In late morning on Monday 1 January, the west wind southwest blew strong enough, with gusts observed to 113 km/h to Yeu Island and 111 […]

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40,000 homes are left without power after the Carmen storm

Carmen Storm: Up to 40,000 Homes Without Power

Carmen storm crossed Brittany this Monday morning. Strong winds up to 130 km/h led to falling trees, especially in the Morbihan. Enedis identified up to 40,000 homes without electricity in the morning. By late morning, 40,000 homes were without electricity in Britain, according to a statement provided by Enedis. The passage of the Carmen storm caused many fallen trees […]

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15000 homes without power in Quiberon after Carmen Storm

Carmen Storm: 15,000 Homes Without Power in Quiberon

Of the 25,000 homes without power in Morbihan, 15,000 are located on the Quiberon peninsula. According to the latest news, 15,000 homes were without electricity on the Quiberon peninsula. Carmen storm would have caused the failure of a power line. Technicians Enedis will get down to restore power from the beginning of the afternoon because of […]

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The Mayenne department has been placed on Orange alert for the Carmen Storm

Carmen Storm: Mayenne in Orange Alert for High Winds

The department, like 25 other of the west coast of France, could experience winds up to 110 km/h, this Monday 1st January, in the morning. They could lead to falling trees and power outages. Like 25 other departments in the west of France , Meteo France placed the department of Mayenne orange alert for strong winds this […]

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26 departments habe been placed on Orange Alert for Carmen Storm

Carmen Storm: 26 Departments Placed on Orange Alert

Carmen storm will sweep France Monday 1st January 2018. 26 departments were placed on orange alert for strong winds and waves-submergence. The year changes, not the weather: after Ana and Bruno in December, a new storm, Carmen, will cross France from west to east Monday 1 January 2018 , particularly threatening the atlantic coastal region according to Météo-France. This third […]

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