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From: THOMAS WEBER
02.11.2019 - 10:08

A storm is pulling up - Orange level warning

Maximum wind speeds of 110 km/h

A storm front will be pulling up from the North Atlantic throughout the day. The main target will be the Spanish North Atlantic coast where maximum wind speeds of 110 km/h have been forecasted, an orange level warning has been issued. The waves are increasing correspondingly, wave crests of up to 700 cm have been announced. An orange level warning has been issued.

The storm will pick up speed at the east coast and on the Balearic Islands as of Sunday morning, a yellow level warning has been issued. Gusts of up to 70 km/h have been announced and the waves will be reaching heights of 400 cm.

Graphic: Storm warning for Sunday

See wind animation
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