Hurricane Ophelia Moving Northeast In The Atlantic

Hurricane Ophelia Moving Northeast In The Atlantic

Hurricane Ophelia Moving Northeast In The Atlantic

Meanwhile Ophelia has strengthened into a hurricane in the eastern Atlantic, southwest of the Azores, according to the National Hurricane Center.

Ophelia has been classed as a hurricane by the US National Hurricane Centre.

The remnants of Ophelia look set to reach the United Kingdom on Monday, with unsettled weather expected to cause disruption, the Met Office said.

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Met Office forecaster Alex Burkhill said: "Ophelia became a hurricane overnight and the forecast track takes it eastwards towards Iberia for the weekend".

Hurricane-force winds extend out 25 miles from the center and tropical-storm-force winds extend out 70 miles.

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The storm caused damage estimated at £1billion and claimed 18 lives.

The Met Office: "Ophelia will no longer be a hurricane, but will most likely still be a detailed low pressure system bringing strong winds across Northern Ireland and western parts of the United Kingdom".

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

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