Post-Tropical Cyclone Ophelia advancing on Ireland

Post-Tropical Cyclone Ophelia is quickly approaching Ireland with hurricane-force strength. It’s a fully non-tropical frontal system, but powerful one. Gusts of 45-55 mph are already occurring over the south coast of the country. My forecast for Ireland is HERE at the bottom, no significant changes since 24 hrs ago. Lots of wind and of course high surf. Stay safe if you’re located in Ireland or Scotland.

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Author: Meteorologist Nick Humphrey

Meteorologist and geoscientist in Lincoln, NE. Seattle, WA native. Love weather, storm chasing/photography and planetary science.

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