Storm Nelson’s Grim Path: Four Lives Lost as Meteorological Warning Issued in Spain and Britain

Spain Weather Alert: Storm Claims Four Lives

Storm Nelson’s course towards Britain on Thursday brought snow showers with it, but unfortunately four people lost their lives after the storm hit northern parts of Spain. Two individuals fell into the sea and drowned in Muros del Nalón and Cudillero in Asturias, while two more people drowned in Tarragona, southern Catalonia. The Spanish Meteorological Institute issued a weather warning for large parts of the Spanish coast and Canary Islands due to dangerous waves and strong winds, with wave heights reaching up to 6-7 meters.

Meanwhile, Storm Nelson affected the south and west of France on Thursday with strong winds and high waves. The storm continued to move towards Britain, where snowfall was reported in northern parts of England and Wales. This has raised concerns about potential disruptions in Easter traffic in Britain. The consequences of Storm Nelson have been felt across various regions as it continues its path towards its final destination.

In Brighton Pier, England, the waves reached significant heights on Thursday as shown in a picture by Toby Melville / Reuters. In Ronda, Andalusia, the wind was strong enough to blow a tourist’s umbrella upside down as captured by Jon Nazca / Reuters. The impact of Storm Nelson is being closely monitored as it continues to travel northwards towards its final destination.

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