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Northern Ireland and Scotland are to suffer the worst of hurricane Gordon when it hits this weekend
Gordon is now an extra-tropical storm and will be absorbed into a frontal boundary later today. Northwestern Spain is being buffeted by strong winds, with a gust of 69 mph recorded at La Cornua. The heaviest rain and wind from Gordon is expected to affect northwestern France with a limited amount of moisture affecting the southern United Kingdom and Ireland. Meteorologist Alan Reppert has some thoughts on Gordon and on how the trough will affect Europe.
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Originally posted by lardo5150
has Ireland never had a hurricane before?
If it has, it could be just a rare occurance.
If not, then yes it is strange.
Just heard that there may be another part of this hurricane to hit, heard it on some radio station.
The station was wrong, thankfully. I hope that nothing stronger will come over the years, but I fell that something will