Tropical Storm Ophelia Became the Tenth Hurricane for the Season

Tropical Storm Ophelia Became the Tenth Hurricane for the Season

The storm is the 10th hurricane that has developed in the Atlantic this season.

Hurricane Ophelia is set to batter Britain over the weekendWill Hurricane Ophelia hit Britain? It is moving northeast at about 3 miles per hour but is expected to increase its speed Friday. The hurricane does not now pose a threat to any land.

Here's all we know about Hurricane Ophelia and the United Kingdom weather forecast over the coming days... Ophelia remains well away from any landmasses at the present time.

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

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Hurricane Ophelia is expected to move towards Europe in the days ahead, Silverang said. 2005 was also the first year that there were more named storms than names on the annual tropical storm naming list, requiring storms after Hurricane Wilma to use the Greek alphabet for naming.

It will coincide with the 30th anniversary of the Great Storm of 1987, which hit southern England overnight on October 15, caused £1 billion worth of damage and left 18 people dead.

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

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