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Met Office Storms
Official information on tropical storms, hurricanes & typhoons. For UK storms and weather enquiries follow . Updated UK daytime hours.
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Met Office Storms 8h
Very Severe Cyclonic Storm is making landfall close to in state, at strength equivalent to a category 1 hurricane.
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Met Office Storms 18h
Severe Cyclonic Storm forecast to make landfall in about 12 hours close to in southeastern .
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Met Office Storms Nov 23
Cyclonic Storm has formed in the Bay of Bengal and is expected to strengthen and move northwest towards the coast of , .
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Met Office Storms Nov 22
was classified as a very severe cyclonic storm as it hit and was the strongest cyclone in the historic record to have made landfall over the country.
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Met Office Storms Nov 22
Cyclone has made landfall over Ras Hafun in which is the easternmost point of Africa. Strong winds and heavy rain expected in the locality as the cyclone comes ashore.
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Met Office Storms Nov 22
Cyclone in the Arabian Sea will be making landfall over northeastern during the next 12 hours.
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Met Office Storms Nov 18
has dissipated as a tropical cyclone over Central America, but further west late season Tropical Storm has formed in the eastern Pacific. Polo is not expected to strengthen further and will be a short-lived storm.
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Met Office Storms Nov 17
Tropical Storm continues to move across Central America as it brings flooding rains to the region.
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Met Office Storms Nov 17
is still a hurricane, but weakening quickly inland. Heavy rain and flooding expected to continue in the region for some time to come.
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Met Office Storms Nov 16
Hurricane made landfall over a few hours ago as a strong category 4 hurricane with sustained winds near 155 mph. Catastrophic impacts from wind, rain and storm surge expected.
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Met Office Storms Nov 16
Hurricane holding its intensity at category 5 as it moves closer to land. has experienced two category 5 hurricane strikes on record - Felix in 2007 and Edith in 1971.
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Met Office Storms Nov 16
Recent image of Hurricane showing the very small eye (10 miles across) which is indicative of an exceptionally intense tropical cyclone. Potentially catastrophic landfall over expected in about 12 hours.
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Met Office Storms Nov 16
Hurricane is now the first category 5 hurricane of the Atlantic season, with sustained winds of 160 mph and a central pressure of 917 mb. It is the strongest Atlantic hurricane on record to have formed this late in the season.
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Met Office Storms Nov 16
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Met Office Storms Nov 16
The eye of intense Hurricane is passing just to the north of the Colombian island of . Iota's peak sustained winds at this time are 145 mph, but they could increase in the coming hours.
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Met Office Storms Nov 15
Hurricane has rapidly strengthened to category 4 with peak winds near 140 mph. It is now less than 24 hours from landfall over and where severe impacts are expected from wind, rain and storm surge.
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Met Office Storms Nov 15
Hurricane continuing to strengthen and expected to make landfall over close to the point where Hurricane Eta came ashore less than two weeks ago.
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Met Office Storms Nov 15
Latest Atlantic view showing - now designated as post-tropical near - and Hurricane growing in strength in the Caribbean Sea.
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Met Office Storms Nov 15
Latest update on Hurricane from the National Hurricane Center.
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Met Office Storms Nov 15
is weakening as it makes landfall, but bringing more heavy rain and strong winds to parts of .
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