The hurricane swept across western and northwestern Europe

The devastating storm known as the “Ciara” swept across Sunday and Monday morning across Britain and parts of north and northwest Europe, causing damage, disrupting air and land travel and power outages.
The Irish National Meteorological Agency has issued a yellow storm warning for the whole country.
The agency forecasts average wind speeds in Ireland of between 1 and 2 and maximum in some places at 5 km / h.
The Irish government has warned of the danger of high waves in coastal waters and has declared orange.
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On the other hand, due to the stormy weather conditions in Ireland, the special opening ceremony of the European Cultural Capital in Galway, Ireland, was canceled. Galway, together with the city of Rijeka in Croatia, are jointly introduced as the European Capital of Culture in Year 2.