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Category 1 Hurricane Ophelia grows stronger in Atlantic Ocean

12 October 2017

However, the US National Hurricane Center has predicted it will weaken to a regular storm before it hits the United Kingdom on Monday (October 17).

A hurricane brewing over the Atlantic threatens to bring strong winds on Monday - and a mini-heatwave.

Hurricane Ophelia is set to pay Ireland a visit next week, after it sweeps across the Atlantic.

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At 5 a.m., the center of the storm was about 725 miles southwest of the Azores. The hurricane does not now pose a threat to any land.

Some "slight strengthening" is possible over the next day or two, the NOAA said. Ophelia remains well away from any landmasses at the present time.

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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Warm air from Spain, where Ophelia is heading before turning north, could bring temperatures of up to 25C.

A hurricane is headed for the United Kingdom - and it's due to hit on the 30-year anniversary of the 1987 Great Storm.

BBC meteorologist Michael Fish famously brushed off reports that "there was a hurricane on the way" just hours before the storm hit.

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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.

Category 1 Hurricane Ophelia grows stronger in Atlantic Ocean