Following the Emma Hurricane, which hit Britain, citizens began to experience difficulties in meeting their basic needs. Due to adverse weather conditions, the shelves of shops that did not supply products were almost empty. Experts say that the damage to the British economy by heavy winter conditions may amount to billions of sterling.
Britain is experiencing a tough winter in the last decade. After the "Beast from the East" and "Emma Hurricane", the whole country is in vain.
In some cities, the thickness of the snow exceeded one meter, the constantly falling snow and the storm coming out of the square were said to disturb the transportation to a great extent.
The growing number of citizens who could not meet basic food needs such as bread, vegetables, fruit, milk, due to lack of stock caused panic throughout the country.
The water pipes exploding in the country due to storm cause also caused the citizens to be dehydrated. Crowborough Municipality distributed drinking water to trucks to save people's suffering.
Twenty thousand households across the country were affected by food shortages. The other side wanted their families to consume drinking water as carefully as possible.
In the city of Cornwall, a flood came.
Experts say that the cost of adverse weather conditions to the British economy may amount to a billion pounds, while the British Meteorological Agency has announced that the temperature will rise to 11 degrees next Monday.