- Hundreds of British homes are under water because rivers are once again burst their banks after storms. In northern England and Scotland, about a thousand people have been evacuated. Trains do not run, to about 60,000 households in the county of Cumbria is the power cut and many roads are closed. For the time being it rain, so it is expected.
At about two hundred sites in England and Scotland gold Sunday a warning for flooding. The storm that caused all the trouble was named Desmond.For now the turbulent weather has claimed one life. London was a 90- year-old man lying under a bus. According to the emergency services, he was probably blown away by a gust of wind.In the city of Carlisle got a train to Glasgow by the storm to stop. The passengers had to sleep in the train, the BBC reported.