THE MET Office has warned that the remains of Hurricane Ophelia could still be a “potential danger to life” as the storm heads for the British Isles with 80mph (130km/h) winds.
Ireland and Northern Ireland are expected to be hit the hardest by the Hurricane.
Amber wind warnings have been put issued along the UK’s east coast, and schools across Ireland have been closed.
Gusts of up to 92mph have already been measured off the southern coast of Ireland
To help out, the Irish government has sent its army the south coast, where Ophelia is expected to hit hardest.
Across the areas threatened, people have been advised to just stay inside.
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