Enthusiasts hit the bars despite the raging storm hitting the country with fierce storms

Students in Nottingham showed little concern about the powerful storms ravaging the country as they headed out in glitzy outfits for a night of partying in the city.

Everyone out in the storm
There is a party atmosphere despite the raging storm

Tremendous 100 mph winds are likely to hit the UK in a week of double storms but it still won’t stop Brit students from heading out for a good time.

Pictures showing people in Nottingham in a party mood as they headed to bars and clubs despite the devastation caused by Storm Dudley have led to “danger to life” warnings from Met Office.

The UK faced strong winds and heavy rain on Wednesday night, causing power cuts and travel disruption as Cyclone Eunice is also set to move in.

The photos show uprooted trees, falling debris and even a house with its roof blown off.

But at Nottingham’s universities, students don’t seem to care much about serious gala dinners or even freezing blasts and snow forecasts for the country as they head out.

Bars and clubs are packed with students from Nottingham’s universities


Ashley Kirk)

A group of young men in high spirits stripped off for a photo while others went out in just a pair of swimming trunks.

Others are dressed in fancy clothes ready for a night of partying in the city.

The Met Office has issued an amber warning for strong winds to cover central Scotland, parts of Northern Ireland and northern England above Hull for the evening, with a yellow wind warning in the distance to the south. to Birmingham.

Students defy the cold for a night out in Nottingham


Ashley Kirk)

As Cyclone Dudley moved in in the afternoon, Capel Curig in Wales experienced gusts of up to 81mph, with Emley Moore in Yorkshire seeing 74mph winds, while Drumalbin in Scotland was hit by 71mph winds.

It comes ahead of Storm Eunice, with London North East Railway (LNER) warning customers with tickets for journeys between York and Leeds and London King’s Cross on Friday to move them to Thursday instead of disruption and damage expected.

Snow warnings are also in place until Thursday morning in northern parts of Scotland.

Students in the spirit of partying despite the storms


Ashley Kirk)

Social media users shared images and videos of fallen trees, big waves crashing into coastal areas, howling winds and rain sweeping through quiet roads and overcast and overcast skies, with Some people face delays on public transport.

One person talked about seeing a trampoline on a train track, while others posted photos of the unusual cloud formation.

Met Office forecaster Marco Petagna said: “Clearly there is an overall bleak picture across the country with a combination of rain and snow in the hills in the north.

The cold didn’t make some students go out in swimming trunks


Ashley Kirk)

“Some areas have seen gusts of up to 81 mph so it’s been a very windy day but that should start to taper off as we head tomorrow.

“A new yellow ice warning has been issued for northern parts of Scotland and is expected to last until Thursday morning, which could create some hazardous conditions on the roads. and the way.”

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