Strong wind warning in the far north
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Friday, May 21 from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., Saturday, May 22.
A low of 985hPa crossed Ireland and the north of England during the day on Friday. This creates a strong gale in the English Channel and in the north of France.
The strongest wind episode did not start in France but the low pressure reached southwestern Ireland, where winds were blowing at 108 kilometers per hour at Rochess Point.
Over the next few hours, winds will gradually strengthen along the coast and north of the channel, with gusts of 70-80 km / h tonight.
Friday morning : Winds of 100 km per hour in Cന്റte d’Ivoire and 80 to 100 km / h off the coast of Opal and 60 to 80 km / h off the northern coasts of Brittany and Normandy off the coast of Les Huts, France.
Friday afternoon : Winds of 90 to 110 kilometers per hour in the Cottentin and Bolonas in Flanders, and 120 kilometers per hour in the Cap Gris-Ness sector. Sean-Maritime and Som coasts will reach speeds of 90-100 kilometers per hour. Inland, from the interior of Normandy to the Huts de France, when it rains, winds can reach 70 to 90 kilometers per hour.
Friday through Saturday evenings and nights :
Winds are expected to be the most violent in Boulogne and Flanders this Friday evening, reaching speeds of up to 110 kilometers per hour and locally 120-130 kilometers per hour during heavy rains. Winds will reach 90-100 kilometers per hour from Cotentn to the Picardy coast. Inland, it is 70 to 90 kilometers per hour, and locally in Somme and the Nord Department 100 kilometers per hour.
At night, the wind will begin to move down a little. At speeds of 100-110 km / hr along the Opal and Flanders coasts. In the hinterland, winds can reach 70 to 90 kilometers per hour.
In the morning, the wind intensity will decrease and a special press release will be raised.
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