A storm is on Sunday in the Atlantic Ocean, developed into a hurricane, the worst category for a couple of hours later, and again out in force to a hurricane of the fourth category. Hurricane Lorenzo is currently attracting further to the north, and of course on the Portuguese archipelago of the Azores.
Is expected to be Lorenzo out there by the end of Tuesday or Wednesday. According to the National Hurricane Center to pull the storm within the Azores archipelago, in a watered-down form, and continued towards the south-west of the island of Ireland.
Weerplaza had earlier in the week and to know that there are wind speeds of up to 230 kilometres per hour have been recorded. On Sunday, the highest recorded wind speeds according to the weather bureau in excess of 260 miles per hour.
Weerplaza states that, in Ireland, in the course of Thursday it was still plenty of room to go in the storms. The Dutch weather bureau is unheard of for a hurricane is so far away, in the eastern part of the Atlantic Ocean.
The weather bureau reported that the storm, after the achievement of Ireland further to the south-east pulls. That may be coming on Friday, in the Netherlands a lot of wind and rain lead.
A satellite image of hurricane Lorenzo. (Photo: Reuters)
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