[42], Storm Daniel developed as a weak disturbance along a cold front a short distance offshore of Portugal on 15 December,[102] and it was officially named by the State Meteorological Agency of Spain (AEMET) later that day. Severe warnings have been issued across parts of northern Europe as Storm Ciara sweeps across the continent. [88] Minor coastal flooding was also reported in the Fareham area, although far less severe than had been forecasted. Met Éireann and the UK Met Office, along with new storm naming partner KNMI (the Dutch National Weather Service) have unveiled the list of names for the 2019-20 storm season. Noah 15. The agency warned of wind speeds up to 130 km/h (81 mph) in the northern part of France on 13 February. Jan 11. A deep area of low pressure will bring heavy rain and the risk of severe gales in places during Tuesday and Wednesday. [11] The storm consisted of the remnants of Hurricane Lorenzo, which had turned extratropical. [31] On 4 October, while the storm was passing across Ireland, new weather warnings were issued for the counties of Clare, Galway, Longford, Mayo, Roscommon and Westmeath. [109] 108.8 mm (4.28 in) of rain fell at Riaño, León during the passage of the storm. Met Éireann and the UK Met Office, along with new storm naming partner KNMI (the Dutch National Weather Service) have unveiled the list of names. Storm Elsa originated as an area of low pressure which formed over the Gulf of Mexico on 13 December[110] and subsequently tracked gradually north-eastward, bottoming out at 961 mbar (28.4 inHg) along the coast of Canada on 16 December. They are now maintained and updated througha strict procedure by an international committee of the World Meteorological Organization. Karine was named by AEMET, while Leon, Myriam and Norberto were named by Météo-France. #StormBrendan will bring gusts of wind up to 80 mph to western coasts. [170] Hervé began to slow down and gradually weaken on 6 February as it emerged over the Black Sea;[171] this weakening trend accelerated on 7 February, when Hervé degenerated back into a shortwave trough following landfall in far southern Russia. Es sieht vor allem Verschärfungen für den Nichtfinanzsektor vor. Der 65.Eurovision Song Contest hätte vom 12. bis 16. [76] However, overall impacts were minimal across Spain. [13][14] Storm Bernardo was named next, by the Spanish meteorological agency, AEMET. And the geographically misplaced storm promptly sloshed ashore in … [16], On 6 December, the Irish meteorological agency named Atiyah, the first system to receive its name from the Irish, British and Dutch storm naming list. [119] Severe flooding and extreme gusts were reported along the County Galway coastline. It is not foreseeable which letter will be the last in 2020. The new seasons storm names were released on 1 September 2020. [75] During the storm, a chemical transport ship ran aground at the Galician coast. This naming scheme is partially overlapping with that used by the United Kingdom, Ireland and the Netherlands, as storms named by the other group of agencies will be used reciprocally. Météo-France observed local strong winds over land (88 mph (142 km/h) in Granville, 82 mph (132 km/h) in Sarzeau, 81 mph (131 km/h) in Vannes, 80 mph (129 km/h) in Cholet). [123] The highest wind gust recorded during the storm was 168 km/h (104 mph), which was reached at Cerler-Cogulla in Huesca, Spain. [215], In late October 2019, a medicane formed far east in the Mediterranean Sea. Storms that occur up until 31 August 2021 will be included in this season. The 2020–21 European windstorm season is the sixth instance of seasonal European windstorm naming in Europe. [41] During its combined lifespan as a major hurricane and a European windstorm, Lorenzo caused at least £285 million (€340 million) in damage. [15] Bernardo crossed northern Spain and emerged into the Mediterranean Sea, affecting the Balearic Islands on 10 November with wind gusts of up to 111 km/h (69 mph) recorded in the Alfabia Mountains along the north-west coast of Mallorca. The full list of storm names for 2019/2020 is: Atiyah, Brendan, Ciara, Dennis, Ellen, Francis, Gerda, Hugh, Iris, Jan, Kitty, Liam, Maura, Noah, Olivia, Piet, Róisín, Samir, Tara, Vince and Willow. [131][132][133] After slowly drifting back northwards, Fabien made landfall on Ukraine's Black Sea coastline on 28 December,[134] and dissipated shortly thereafter. [25] The National Hurricane Center issued hurricane and tropical storm watches on 30 September for the Azores,[26] which were later upgraded to warnings. [164] Preliminary damage totals relating to Gloria are at least £150 million (€180 million). [80] After several days of slow movement, Sebastien accelerated towards the north-east and began slowly losing tropical characteristics. The second storm, Bessie, formed before the beginning of the season as well, making it the first time that … Careers at the European Tour. [9] The only time that there is a change in the list is if a storm is so deadlyor costly that the future use of its name o… Tropical Storm Zeta is growing in strength and nearing hurricane strength as it churns in the western Caribbean.. Sebastien continued to weaken as it accelerated north-eastwards into European Russia, finally being absorbed by a larger low-pressure system to its north by 1 December. [40] The NHC is also currently monitoring the system for tropical or subtropical development. Please update this article to reflect recent events or newly available information. [138] Along its path, damage from Storm Fabien totalled £95 million (€100 million). [222], Track and intensity of Lorenzo at six-hour intervals according to the, Amélie over the Atlantic Ocean, 2 November, Track and intensity of Storm Amélie at six-hour intervals according to the, Track and intensity of Storm Bernardo at six-hour intervals according to the, Storm Cecilia approaching Italy on 24 November, Track and intensity of Storm Cecilia at six-hour intervals according to the, Sebastien re-intensifying after completing its extratropical transition on 25 November, Track and intensity of Sebastien at six-hour intervals according to the, Atiyah developing over the far north Atlantic on 7 December, Track and intensity of Atiyah at six-hour intervals according to the, Daniel approaching the Iberian Peninsula on 16 December, Track and intensity of Daniel at six-hour intervals according to the, Storm Elsa approaching Ireland on 18 December, Track and intensity of Storm Elsa at six-hour intervals according to the, Storm Fabien approaching northern France on 21 December, Track and intensity of Storm Fabien at six-hour intervals according to the, Storm Brendan over the northeastern Atlantic on 13 January, Track and intensity of Brendan at six-hour intervals according to the, Storm Gloria over the western Mediterrannean on 21 January, Track and intensity of Storm Gloria at six-hour intervals according to the, Disorganised Storm Hervé over Eastern Europe on 4 February, Track and intensity of Storm Hervé at six-hour intervals according to the. This year, only "Wilfred" is left, which would be storm number 21. The storm will start to form in the North Sea, between the United Kingdom and Denmark, late on Monday and Monday night, before diving southward across central Europe. [27], Storm Aiden was named by Met Éireann senior executive Aidan McLaughlin on 30 October 2020. Atlantic Pronunciation Guide (PDF) Since 1953, Atlantic tropical storms had been named from lists originatedby the National Hurricane Center. [111] At this time, the Instituto Português do Mar e da Atmosfera (IPMA) named the low Elsa. #myrsky #Liisa", Agencia Estatal de Meteorología storm list, Instituto Português do Mar e da Atmosfera, Koninklijk Nederlands Meteorologisch Instituut, List of atmospheric pressure records in Europe, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=2020–21_European_windstorm_season&oldid=991848425, Articles needing additional references from August 2020, All articles needing additional references, Wikipedia articles in need of updating from November 2020, All Wikipedia articles in need of updating, Articles with multiple maintenance issues, Articles with Spanish-language sources (es), Articles with Dutch-language sources (nl), Articles with French-language sources (fr), Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, United Kingdom, Iberian Peninsula, Azores Islands, Canary Islands, Madeira Islands, This page was last edited on 2 December 2020, at 03:20. [82] Storm surge flooding coinciding with high spring tides and high coastal winds of up to 50 mph (80 km/h)[85] presented additional hazards, with waves forecasted to reach up to 22 ft (6.7 m). In Asturias, the regional meteorological agency warned of the risk of avalanches due to snow accumulation. The KMI from Belgium issued an orange warning for summerstorm Francis. [181][182], The Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute (KNMI) issued a country-wide yellow wind warning on 7 February, expecting wind gusts up to 120 km/h (75 mph). Filed in Global weather. [15] Cecilia was named next by AEMET, when the agency warned of rain and wind on the Iberian Peninsula and the Balearic Islands. Additionally, former Atlantic hurricanes will retain their names as assigned by the National Hurricane Center of the United States. Auf diese Frage gibt es jede Menge Antworten. 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Kühles Tiefdruckwetter auch die nächsten 10 Tage in der Schweiz: kein #Schönwettertag in Sicht", "Thema des Tages – Eine Tiefdruckserie, die es in sich hat", "#StormAtiyah has been named by @MetEireann", "Instituto Português do Mar e da Atmosfera", "#Met Eireann have named a storm which will affect the UK on Monday. The six lists above are used in rotation and re-cycled every six years, i.e., the 2019 list will be used again in 2025. Cecila intensified as it crossed the Atlantic and reached its peak intensity of 974 mbar (28.8 inHg) in the Bay of Biscay on 23 November before making landfall in northern Spain. [176] The highest wind gust recorded during the storm was 195 km/h (121 mph) at Cap Corse in Corsica, France. Tara 20. Around 100,000 power outages were reported in Brittany. [47] Amélie subsequently made landfall on Brittany's Atlantic coast in the early hours of 3 November, bringing wind gusts of to 163 km/h (101 mph) at Cap Ferret. Hervé was named by Météo-France on 3 February, after the agency expected wind gusts of up to 140 km/h (87 mph) at Corsica's coast. During the passage of Storm Daniel, the use of snow chains on car tyres became necessary to navigate sections of the N-630 road in central Spain, while the Puerto de Pajares mountain pass was closed to trucks, articulated vehicles and buses due to blizzard conditions. [189], Inès was named by the French meteorological agency, Météo-France, on 12 February 2020. For only the second time. Hugh 9. 2020 hurricane season forecast. An additional Status Orange wind warning was issued for counties Donegal, Sligo, Mayo, Galway and Clare, valid between 31 October 2020 08:00 and 31 October 2020 16:00. The new season's storm names were released on 6 September 2019. Ritrovati 21 dei 22 dispersi. [41][42], Storm Alex making landfall in Brittany at peak intensity on 2 October, Track of Storm Clement as of November 30, 2020. [37], Power was cut to almost 20,000 homes in Ireland at the height of the storm, with flooding occurring throughout the country. It’s identified this season as #StormNames. [60] However, AEMET did not confirm that the storm had reached medicane status. #StormNames2019 @metoffice", "Les listes des noms de tempêtes 2018–2019 rendues publiques", "Nueva Temporada de nombramiento de borrascas con gran impacto", "Borrascas con gran impacto de la temporada 2019–2020", "Las listas de los nombres de borrascas para 2018–2019", "Post-Tropical Cyclone Lorenzo Discussion Number 41", "La première #tempête de l'automne a été nommée #Amélie et abordera la côte atlantique en deuxième partie de nuit de samedi à dimanche : vents tempétueux dimanche matin sur le sud-ouest du pays. [205][206] On 20 August, Ellen absorbed the remnants of Tropical Storm Kyle. [118] The yellow warnings for counties Galway and Mayo were further upgraded to orange warnings at 20:00 local time that day, around an hour before the storm made its closest and most intense approach to Ireland. Filed in Tropical weather. Subtropical Storm Alpha is not included, as it was fully tropical when it made landfall in Portugal. La #borrascaBernardo afectará especialmente al E de las islas #Baleares www.aemet.es/es/eltiempo/prediccion/mapa_frentes", "Nombrada la #borrascaCecilia que dará lugar mañana a un #TemporaldeLluviayViento en la Península", "Met Éireann name the first storm of the season", "Météo : la tempête Hervé marque la fin de la douceur exceptionnelle", "Storm Dennis to bring heavy rain and gales to the UK", "Nous avons nommé "#Inès" la dépression en approche sur l'Atlantique : elle apportera un temps agité sur la moitié nord du pays ce jeudi 13, surtout près de la Manche, dans un contexte de fortes marées. Close to 22:00, a storm surge breached the Promenade on Salthill in Galway City; over 50 cars were lost to the floodwaters. Eastern counties received Status Yellow - Wind warning as well.[214]. A fallen tree in Mallorca caused the only known fatality from the storm, and little damage was reported along its track. Prior to the 1950s, meteorologists kept track of hurricanes and tropical storms by the year and the storms’ order for that year. [172] Hervé was last noted moving into eastern Turkey on 8 February, dissipating by the next day. Because of this storm, one department in France, the Morbihan, was upgraded to the red alert for strong winds at 4:00 pm Central Time.[7]. 2020 just won’t let up. It was located near the Azores Islands when it was named. Storms that occur up until 31 August 2021 will be included in this season. [79], A large area of disturbed weather persisted over the central subtropical Atlantic in mid-November. Atlantic hurricane season soon at its official end, but a new Subtropical storm Kappa could form near the Azores by Monday. [79] Around this time, Sebastien absorbed the remnants of Storm Cecilia to its south-east. Ciara 4. [203][204] On 19 August, a Status Red wind warning for Cork was issued valid from Wednesday 19 August until midnight. [39] The storm is forecasted to stall, keeping the worst conditions away from mainland Europe. This year a number of named storms have hit the UK and Ireland, with the most recent storm being Storm Francis. [3], Storm Alex, named by AEMET and Météo-France on 30 September, formed near Brittany on 1 October after undergoing explosive cyclogenesis. [97] The Kernow Weather Team recorded an unofficial wind gust of 96 mph (154 km/h) in Illogan, Cornwall,[96] although this gust wasn't recorded at an official Met Office station. 2020 Atlantic Hurricane Season Expected to Be More Active Than Usual, NOAA Says. Piet 17. [37], Storm Clement was named by AEMET on November 27. Myöhemmin illalla ja huomenna on maa-alueilla odotettavissa myrskypuuskia. Met Éireann issued Status Orange - Rainfall warning for Connacht, Cavan, Monaghan, Donegal, Wexford, Cork, Kerry and Waterford. [2], This will be the fourth year in which the meteorological agencies of France, Spain and Portugal will be naming storms which affect their areas. • Hurricane names skip those that start with the letters Q, U, X, Y and Z. The system continued to intensify, ultimately becoming the easternmost Category 5 hurricane on record in the Atlantic Ocean. The following names have been selected for the 2020–2021 season. [120] Severe flooding was also reported in the Spanish Arch, Port of Galway, Oranmore and Kinvara areas of Galway. [210] On 20 August, Met Éireann issued a Status Yellow wind warning for counties Dublin, Louth, Wexford, Wicklow, Meath, Cork, Kerry and Waterford, expecting very strong winds and a continued risk of coastal flooding. [140] This low moved slowly northeastwards across the United States without much development, crossing over Atlantic Canada and emerging into the Atlantic Ocean on 12 January. The Portuguese, Spanish and French meteorological agencies will again collaborate too, joined by the Belgian meteorological agency. The Met Office lists storms alphabetically but skips Q, U, X, Y and Z to comply with international storm-naming conventions and to maintain consistency for official storm naming in the North Atlantic. Atlantic. [11][12] In Italy, 2 deaths were reported with 1 person missing. 104 millimetres (4.1 in) in 24 hours in La Rochepot, Côte-d'Or, set a new a record for Burgundy in October[10]). All schools in the Outer Hebrides were closed as a result of dangerously high winds. The next day, Storm Ciara[note 1] was formally named by the Met Office;[20] in Germany the storm is called Sabine. [25] By October 3, one more individual had gone missing, but the other missing 21 people were found safe and rescued, bringing the number of missing persons to 1 individual. [87] Flooding and wind damage was reported on the Isle of Wight. [165], Storm Hervé originated as a weak shortwave disturbance along a frontal boundary over the Azores on 2 February. The next day, the centre of Storm Brendan passed over the Faroe Islands at its peak intensity of 940 mbar (28 inHg),[142] becoming the most intense storm of the season up to that point. In the list above, you can see the storm names that'll be used this year. But what are the UK storm names … According to the Met Office, the decision for a storm to be named is “based on a … The 2019-2020 storm season has 21 names. [106] Daniel subsequently began to weaken and unravel as a coherent system, dissipating over western Russia by 21 December.[107]. Red wind warnings for the south of Iceland were issued with reports of coastal flooding around the Reykjanes peninsula. What are the Met Office storm names for 2019/2020? [156] After turning southeastwards and entering the Bay of Biscay, Gloria subsequently made landfall close to Santander in northern Spain on 19 January. Karine covering much of southern Europe on 2 March. This is the first season in which the Netherlands participates, joining Ireland's and the United Kingdom’s meteorological agencies. You only need to pay, when the name was used. [173], The most considerable impacts from Storm Hervé were felt in Central Europe. [6], This will be the third year in which the meteorological agencies of France, Spain and Portugal will be naming storms which affect their areas. [113][114][115][116] On 21 December, Elsa finally began accelerating to the east ahead of Storm Fabien, which was approaching Elsa from the west. Names are assigned to storms in alphabetical order as the storms occur.In other words… Willow More generally, 250 to 300 millimetres (9.8 to 11.8 in) were reported in the department of the Alpes-Maritimes. This is the second season in which the Netherlands participates, joining Ireland's and the United Kingdom's meteorological agencies. From Alex Noren and Brandon Stone to Bernd Wiesberger, Robert Rock and Shane Lowry, we look back at the five lowest rounds in Rolex Series history. [157], Gloria quickly passed over northern Spain as a weak cyclone and then emerged into the western Mediterranean Sea, where it stalled for several days. 1. [58], After losing its brief eye-like feature, Bernardo followed the coast of Algeria, remaining closely offshore as it moved eastwards across the Mediterranean before stalling over southern Italy for two days. [20] The region of Piedmont witnessed levels of rain not recorded since 1958, in which it reached a record 630 millimetres (25 in) of rain in Sambughetto in just 24 hours. The 2019-20 United States winter storm season was the least active season since accurate records began in 2012, with only 19 named storms. Also, some of these storms may be of tropical origins. In short, this Societal Challenge of the Horizon 2020 programme aims at fostering a greater understanding of Europe, by providing solutions and support inclusive, innovative and reflective European societies with an innovative public sector in a context of unprecedented transformations and growing global interdependencies. For the Southeast Europe region, another Greek-Italian group for storm names exists, and Germany is a complete lone wolf. This is the second season in which the Netherlands participates, joining Ireland's and the United Kingdom's meteorological agencies. [108] The strongest wind gust from Storm Daniel was measured at La Pinilla ski resort in Segovia, Spain, reaching 135 km/h (84 mph). [39] The storm's only known fatality while it was extratropical occurred when a tree fell on a person in Stafford.
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