1968 Scotland storm
The 1968 Scotland storm (or Hurricane Low Q) was a deadly storm that moved through the Central Belt of Scotland during mid January 1968. It was described as Central Scotland's worst natural disaster since records began and the worst gale in the United Kingdom. Some said that the damage resembled what happened during the Clydebank Blitz in 1941. 20 people died from the storm, with 9 dead in Glasgow. 700 people were left homeless. A 134 mph (216 km/h) wind gust was recorded at Great Dun Fell in Cumbria, England. At the time this was the strongest wind gust ever recorded in the United Kingdom, though this was superseded in 1986 when a 173 mph (278 km/h) gust was recorded at Cairn Gorm.
What is 1968 Scotland storm subject of?
1968 Scotland storm is subject of European windstorms, 1968 in Scotland, Weather events in the United Kingdom, Weather events in Scotland, 1968 meteorology and 1968 in Denmark.