In the north of England and in Scotland, about 30 thousand people remain without electricity for the fifth day.
By According to AP, power supply disruptions continue to occur after storm Arwen hit the United Kingdom, bringing snow, high winds and damage to infrastructure.
Wind gusts were about 100 miles in hour on Friday and weekends. Due to bad weather, transport was disrupted, and residential buildings were left without electricity and heating in rural areas.
At the moment, it is known about three deaths as a result of the storm.
For the first working days of the week, 95% of problems in the supply of electricity were eliminated. However, 30 thousand people are still left without electricity.