Swanley Petrol Station Forced to Close Due to Storm Jocelyn’s Strong Winds

Swanley, UK – As Storm Jocelyn continues to wreak havoc across the county, the Asda Express petrol station in Swanley has been forced to temporarily close its forecourt due to technical issues caused by the strong winds.

The closure of the busy petrol station has caused inconvenience to local residents and commuters, who rely on the station for their fuel needs. The issue has been reported to engineers, but it is unknown when the station will be open again.

Despite the closure of the forecourt, the Asda Express store remains open for walk-ins. A spokesperson for Asda apologized for any inconvenience caused and reassured customers that they are working hard to get the station back up and running as soon as possible.

The closure of the petrol station comes as the county braces for more wind and rain from Storm Jocelyn. The Met Office has issued amber and yellow weather warnings for wind, covering much of the UK. This is expected to cause major disruption to transport services, following the aftermath of Storm Isha.

Despite the wild weather, temperatures are expected to remain mild. Network Rail has urged commuters to check their journeys with National Rail or their train operator before traveling. They have also shared a helpful link for up-to-date information on any delays or cancellations. Stay safe and weather aware during Storm Jocelyn.

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