Hurricane Ophelia to hit Dorset - bringing winds up to 42mph

Hurricane Ophelia to hit Dorset - bringing winds up to 42mph

Hurricane Ophelia to hit Dorset - bringing winds up to 42mph

"Ophelia is expected to transition to a hurricane-force post-tropical cyclone by Monday when it moves near Ireland and the United Kingdom", the NHC said.

THE MET Office has issued a weather warning as high speed winds are due next Monday, as ex-Hurricane Ophelia approaches the UK.

The center said in an advisory Wednesday afternoon that Ophelia gained hurricane status as its top sustained winds reached 75 miles per hour (120 kph).

The US National Hurricane Centre has warned it could strengthen over the next day or so.

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

The storm will coincide with the 30th anniversary of the Great Storm of 1987, which hit southern England on October 15 1987, costing an estimated £1 billion and claiming 18 lives.

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A Weather Channel report says Florida is the most likely state to see a hurricane make landfall during this part of the hurricane season.

The west coast of Ireland and Scotland are expected to suffer most with strong winds.

Forecasters predict that Ireland, Northern Ireland and western portions of Britain will likely bear the brunt of Ophelia.

"At the moment, because it's four days away, there are a lot of possibilities as to how this might evolve, we are anxious to keep an eye on it".

Met √Čireann says it's hard to predict the exact path of the hurricane but at the very least Monday will be a windy day with spells of rain.

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