“And in the most pessimistic scenario…”

Wind gusts can be felt this Wednesday, evening & night and gusting up to 80 km/h or 90 km/h. Although not a formal storm, as noted by meteorologist David Dehaynow, these storms are the result of Storm Dudley passing over the British Isles.

However, for the weekend, a second forecast storm baptized Eunice, which should cross the southern coasts of Ireland before crossing Wales, then Scotland could get here in the meantime. The gusts promise to be particularly powerful and can grow in Belgium. The Royal Meteorological Institute has warned that between Friday, afternoon and Saturday midnight, a storm will be felt over the North Sea, reaching 100 km/h in the north-west part of the country.

“Most pessimistic scenario, 130 km/h”

“This will be the most optimistic scenario. The most pessimistic scenario, the winds on the coast can reach 130 km/h. If the forecasts are confirmed this Thursday, an orange alert will be issued in some provinces. You have to follow the forecasts carefully For Wallonia, the wind gusts may be less intensifying, but that still needs to be confirmed as the situation may still change,” says David Dehanov.

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