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Yellow weather warning issued in UK as Hurricane Ophelia threatens gale force winds and heavy rain

Stroud Life Thursday, 12 October 2017 ()
Yellow weather warning issued in UK as Hurricane Ophelia threatens gale force winds and heavy rainThe volatile weather system, which has become the tenth consecutive hurricane this year, will head to western parts of the UK.
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News video: Hurricane Ophelia Heads Towards Ireland

Hurricane Ophelia Heads Towards Ireland 01:01

Hurricane Ophelia continued moving east toward Ireland on Sunday as officials there announced school closings, prepared for flooding -- and planned for power outages. Ophelia's position is the farthest east that a major hurricane has traveled in the Atlantic. Ophelia has accelerated on its way to the...

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