cork - Ireland is scrapping for the upcoming hurricane Ophelia, which is expected to land on Monday in the southwest of the country. Schools in coastal areas are advised to close the doors, the authorities expect that the power of the country may be lost.
According to the latest models, Ophelia will sink into a tropical storm that can cause wind gusts to 130 kilometers per hour. This can cause damage to buildings and provide a lot of cooled trees. Traffic will also be a lot of trouble. Floods are also possible due to the many rainfall.
According to experts, the storm is similar to Debbie, who made home in Ireland in 1961 and killed 15 deadly victims. Perhaps the storm is even stronger.
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