Plymouth Havoc

You can always rely on British weather to put a halt to transport links and generate widespread destruction -and the winter weather certainly hasn’t disappointed so far. Strong winds and gusts wreaked havoc in Plymouth on Monday night and forced Brittany ferries to cancel its sailings between Plymouth and France. The Met Office said that around 60mm of rain was also expected to fall in the next couple of days which would mean further misery for both residents and commuters as high winds and strong gusts are set to batter the country for the rest of the week.

As well as cancelled services to France, people travelling on the roads were also affected as roads were closed because of wide spread flooding. For people travelling to France using Brittany Ferries or any other ferry provider, today (Wednesday), could prove to be the best day as winds are expected to pick up strength again tomorrow with warnings that there could be even more widespread destruction and cancellations. You’ve got to love the British wintery weather!