February storm knocks out power for thousands in northern Sweden

A class-two weather warning (on a scale from one to three) remained in place for north-western Sweden early on Monday morning, with wind speeds of up to 115 km/h in the Lapland mountains.

The wind is expected to subside later on Monday, especially the further east you get, but national weather agency SMHI urged residents to stay up to date with current warnings via www.smhi.se.

More than 6,000 Vattenfall and Eon customers were left without electricity as a result of the storm…
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