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Hurricane Ophelia Moving At Snail's Pace To Northeast

12 Octobre 2017

Hurricane-force winds extend outward up to 25 miles from the center and tropical-storm-force winds extend outward up to 70 miles.

The west of the country will see the worst of the weather, with winds of between 60mph and 70mph forecast.

Mr Burkhill said: "It's definitely something that we are keeping an eye on, for the possibility of some disruptive weather early next week".

A hurricane is headed for the United Kingdom - and it's due to hit on the 30-year anniversary of the 1987 Great Storm.

The storm caused damage estimated at £1billion and claimed 18 lives. However, the NHC said it would be downgraded to a storm by then.

Stéphane Bouillon revient comme préfet de région
Malgré sa situation irrégulière, l'homme de 29 ans avait été relâché dès le lendemain, ce qui avait créé une polémique. Christophe Castaner a précisé que les deux préfets n'étaient " pas mis en cause individuellement " par l'enquête.

Hurricane Ophelia is expected to move towards Europe in the days ahead, Silverang said.

Hurricane Ophelia is on route, with a trajectory to hit Ireland and most of the UK.

But he added: "It's definitely something that we are keeping an eye on, for the possibility of some disruptive weather early next week".

The Met Office predicts some parts of the eastern areas could see highs of 23C on Sunday, with the possibility of even warmer temperatures on Monday.

"Above-normal temperatures could continue into Monday before getting cooler from Tuesday".

Hurricane Ophelia Moving At Snail's Pace To Northeast