LIVE – Storm Aurora: 250,000 homes without electricity, trains severely disrupted

LIVE – Storm Aurora: 250,000 homes without electricity, trains severely disrupted
LIVE – Storm Aurora: 250,000 homes without electricity, trains severely disrupted

THE STORM AURORA IN FIGURES

Storm Aurora was more violent and more extensive than expected with the storm threshold (100 km / h) reached in 43 departments in the northern half.

Fecamp (Seine-Maritime): 175 km / h (absolute record)

Le Markstein (1184 m, Haut-Rhin): 171 km / h (monthly record)

Eiffel Tower (Paris): 153 km / h

Le Havre (Seine-Maritime): 150 km / h (absolute record)

Granville (Manche): 143 km / h

Plougonvelin (Finistère) : 139 km/h

Pointe de Chemoulin (Loire-Atlantique): 137 km / h

Villette (Meurthe-et-Moselle): 127 km / h (monthly record)

Rouen (Seine-Maritime): 122 km / h

Nangis (Seine-et-Marne): 121 km / h (monthly record)

Chouilly (Marne): 121 km / h (monthly record)

Boulogne (Pas-de-Calais): 121 km / h

Scille (Deux-Sèvres): 120 km / h (monthly record)

Villacoublay (Yvelines): 120 km / h (monthly record)

Saint-Brieuc (Côtes-d’Armor): 119 km / h (record for 22 years)

Nancy (Meurthe-et-Moselle): 114 km / h (monthly record)

Lorient (Morbihan): 114 km / h

Paris (Parc Montsouris): 109 km / h

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