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*major waves* With the remnants of hurricane merging with deep low south of Iceland, a powerful extratropical cyclone is exploding over the North Atlantic. A massive windstorm and major waves will push towards Ireland and the UK on Wednesday!
Remnants of hurricane Epsilon are organizing into a powerful extratropical cyclone that will develop major waves towards Ireland and the UK on Wednesday.
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Shireen Oct 27
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We shall see.
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Mike Slade Oct 27
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It is a deep low pressure system off the north west of the British Isles - it happens regularly every autumn and winter.
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Tamara Oct 27
Hi Mike... I can't find any past data (easily, anyway). I'd really like to know your further opinion on the "normalcy" of these storms. Totally typical over many years? New normal? I'd just never heard of hurricane force winds & the flooding storms in the UK before. Thank you.
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Ernst (Ejo) Schrama (. .-. -. ... -) Oct 27
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Could be fun
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Stephen Saunders Oct 27
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There will be no 'massive windstorm' in Ireland and the UK - strongest winds are well out in the Atlantic.
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David Jaša Oct 27
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Who sees a troll face? 🙂
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