[121] Gusts of up to 125 km/h (78 mph) were reported at the Mace Head weather station on the West Galway coast. [163] Gloria's exceptionally slow movement resulted in severe flash flooding across northeastern Spain and southern France. [22][23] The Spanish meteorological agency named Jorge next, warning of seas 4 to 5 m (13 to 16 ft) high on 29 February through 2 March and snow around 1,000 m (3,300 ft). [30][31][32], Over 8,000 homes and businesses were left without power as the storm battered the country with severe gusts of up to 81 mph (130 km/h) at Malin Head, Ireland,[33] which led to fallen trees and flooding. The agency issued yellow and orange warnings for wind speeds of up to 130 km/h (81 mph) in the northern parts of the country. Ritrovati 21 dei 22 dispersi. [42], Storm Brendan first developed as a weak low along a frontal boundary over northern Texas on 10 January. [165], Storm Hervé originated as a weak shortwave disturbance along a frontal boundary over the Azores on 2 February. The KMI from Belgium issued an orange warning for summerstorm Francis. Every six years, the lists of names repeat (not including the names of particularly destructive storms, which are retired). Unless otherwise indicated, the German pronunciation is used [52][53] After crossing Poland on 5 November as a weak frontal boundary,[54] Amélie stalled over the Baltic states on 6 November,[55] before being absorbed by an approaching warm front over Estonia on 9 November. Credit: Belga Belgium has been hit by storms Ciara and Dennis over the past weekends, and new storms Ellen and possibly even Francis have been forecast for the end of the week, but where do these names come from? As the storm approached the United Kingdom, the Met Office issued yellow weather warnings for heavy rainfall in Northern England, South West England and South Wales. [189], Inès was named by the French meteorological agency, Météo-France, on 12 February 2020. [9] Météo-France reported a maximum of 571 millimetres (22.5 in) in 24 hours in Mons. STORM CIARA and Storm Dennis have already wreaked havoc across the UK this month as the Met Office named the third and fourth storm of the 2019/20 storm season. The 2019–20 European windstorm season was the fifth instance of seasonal European windstorm naming in Europe. [21] A day later, Inès was named by the French meteorological agency. Subtropical Storm Alpha is not included, as it was fully tropical when it made landfall in Portugal. [100] Atiyah weakened rapidly as it continued eastwards, and it was last noted as a weak frontal system over Siberia on 13 December. [155] The State Meteorological Agency of Spain (AEMET) named the low Gloria on 18 January, issuing the first severe weather warnings as the storm was approaching the Iberian Peninsula. The meteorological offices produced a full list of names for 2015–16 through to 2017–18, common to both the United Kingdom and Ireland, with the Netherlands taking part from 2019 onwards. The second storm, Bessie, formed before the beginning of the season as well, making it the first time that … Members of the Gardaí, National Ambulance Service, Galway Fire Service and Civil Defence Ireland were deployed to Salthill and conducted searches on cars trapped in floodwaters. [13][14][15], Many yellow and amber weather warnings were issued in the United Kingdom for strong winds and heavy rain. [70] It subsequently deepened and slowly moved north-eastwards parallel to the East Coast of the United States,[71] before crossing Newfoundland and emerging into the open Atlantic by 21 November. The agency warned of wind speeds up to 130 km/h (81 mph) in the northern part of France on 13 February. After initially pushing Elsa along ahead of itself, Fabien subsequently accelerated to the south of Elsa and reached its peak intensity of 963 mbar (28.4 inHg)[128] while approaching landfall in South West England on 21 December. Atlantic hurricane season soon at its official end, but a new Subtropical storm Kappa could form near the Azores by Monday. Share. Red wind warnings for the south of Iceland were issued with reports of coastal flooding around the Reykjanes peninsula. [91] On 8 December, a red weather warning was issued for County Kerry due to the increasing risk of high wind impacts.[92]. [18] After being named, Elsa moved away from Canada into the open Atlantic[112] and stalled for four days to the west of the British Isles, fluctuating in intensity. Cecilia weakened as it crossed the Iberian Peninsula and emerged into the Mediterranean Sea, crossing Italy as a weak frontal system on 25 November. Storms that occur up until 31 August 2021 will be included in this season. Liam 13. [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. [7][8], The following names have been selected for the 2019–2020 season:[9]. The names are a mix of British, Irish and Dutch monikers. [8] The department of the Alpes-Maritimes was issued with a red alert for high amounts of rain and flooding. Thanks for all your suggestions We have the names selected, apart from the letter L. So can you please help us decide by voting for your favourite below. 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. Atlantic Pronunciation Guide (PDF) Since 1953, Atlantic tropical storms had been named from lists originatedby the National Hurricane Center. This is the second season in which the Netherlands participates, joining Ireland's and the United Kingdom's meteorological agencies. Noah 15. Es sieht vor allem Verschärfungen für den Nichtfinanzsektor vor. In The Netherlands the KNMI issued a yellow warning. I governatori Cirio e Toti chiedono lo stato di calamità - LA DIRETTA", "Storm Aiden: Warning for severe weather across Ireland at weekend", "Storm Aiden: Orange wind warning tomorrow with gusts of up to 130km for 12 counties expected", "Orange warnings as Storm Aiden to bring gusts of 130km/h", "#StormAiden is now well clear of Ireland's shores. 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. In Asturias, the regional meteorological agency warned of the risk of avalanches due to snow accumulation. 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. So, for instance, the fifth tropical storm of 1938 was referred to as just that — the “fifth tropical storm of 1938” or “Storm 5.” Tropical storms and hurricanes that did a lot of damage received unofficial names—like the 1926 Great Miami Hurricane, which did so much damage that the Miami government implemented t… According to the Met Office, the decision for a storm to be named is “based on a … The agency warned of heavy rain and gales across the United Kingdom. [215], In late October 2019, a medicane formed far east in the Mediterranean Sea. All details on tropical storms and hurricanes can be found on the National Hurricane Centre. At least 6 people were reported dead; 1 in Brest and 5 in the Alpes-Maritimes with 7 missing in total and for a dozen other families and authorities don't have any news. Names in the United Kingdom will be based on the National Severe Weather Warning Service, when a storm is assessed to have the potential for an Amber ('be prepared') or Red ('take action (danger to life)') warning. 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. Maura 14. • Sometimes storm names get retired from hurricane naming circulation. [126] The low broke free from this front and drifted northeastwards along the east coast of the United States, emerging into the Atlantic Ocean east of Newfoundland on 19 December. There are six lists of names for Atlantic and Pacific storms. This year, only "Wilfred" is left, which would be storm number 21. [74] Along the coast, wind gusts of up to 163 km/h (101 mph) were recorded at Cap Machichaco in Biscay province. Those that are not retired from the list this year will be used again in the 2026 season. The following names have been selected for the 2020–2021 season. [101] Throughout its lifespan, Atiyah caused at least £40 million (€44 million) in damage. [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). [29], On 30 October, Met Éireann issued a Status Orange wind warning for counties Kerry, Cork, Waterford, Wexford, Kilkenny, Carlow and Wicklow, valid between 31 October 2020 05:00 and 31 October 2020 10:00. [167][168], After landfall, Hervé accelerated southeastwards into Central Europe at a considerable forward pace, reaching its overall peak intensity of 990 mbar (29 inHg) on 5 February[169] while centred over Romania. In 2015, the Met Office and Met Éireann announced a pilot project to name storm warnings as part of the "Name our Storms" project for wind storms and asked the public for suggestions. Every six years, the lists of names repeat. [76] However, overall impacts were minimal across Spain. [20][21] By 6 October, the death toll reached 12 with a further 20 still missing, as there were another five dead people in Italy,[22][21] including a worker was found in the Italian region of Liguria who went missing during the beginning of the floods. How does the Met Office name storms? [152], The system that would eventually become Storm Gloria was first noted as a developing complex of low-pressure systems over the central United States on 9 January. Hugh 9. Risk also of some coastal & inland flooding. Zehntausende Soldaten sollten teilnehmen, doch wegen der Coronavirus-Pandemie wird das Großmanöver "Defender Europe 2020" stark eingeschränkt. Amélie also brought wind gusts up to 170 km/h (110 mph) along the northern coast of Spain, including a record-setting 130 km/h (81 mph) gust for Santander Airport. [138] A wind gust of 183.5 km/h (114.0 mph) was also recorded in Galicia. How do storms get their names? What are the Met Office storm names for 2019/2020? Roisin 18. Brendan subsequently stalled southeast of Iceland and began to slowly weaken as secondary lows accelerated around its large southern periphery. The storm above the Atlantic Ocean on 2 March. lll Beamer Vergleich 2020 auf STERN.de ⭐ Die besten 11 Beamer inklusive aller Vor- und Nachteile im Vergleich Jetzt Beamer sichern! On 19 November, this area of thunderstorm activity developed sufficiently to be designated Tropical Storm Sebastien by the National Hurricane Center in Miami, Florida. Hurricane season is officially here, and if 2020 wasn't already pummeling us enough, it's expected to be a busy year for storms in the Atlantic. [122] Around 22:30, Galway City Council activated its Emergency Response Plan and issued a notice warning people to stay indoors and to remain there unless it was of extreme importance. #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. It was located near the Azores Islands when it was named. They also forecasted precipitation up to 20 cm (7.9 in) in the form of snow over the Cantabrian Mountains above 1,000 m (3,300 ft), and rainfall up to 50 mm (2.0 in) within 12 hours in the provinces of Cantabria, Navarra, Basque Country and Asturias. On 26 September, the Instituto Português do Mar e da Atmosfera (IPMA) began issuing advisories for Hurricane Lorenzo. If a storm forms in the off-season, it will take the next name in the list based on the current calendar date. STORM CIARA and Storm Dennis have already wreaked havoc across the UK this month as the Met Office named the third and fourth storm of the 2019/20 storm season. 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. The next day, Storm Ciara[note 1] was formally named by the Met Office;[20] in Germany the storm is called Sabine. [28] The subsequent (and final) advisory stated that Lorenzo had become a post-tropical cyclone,[12] which was subsequently named Storm Lorenzo by Met Éireann[11] as they issued a yellow warning of wind for the entirety of Ireland, as well as an orange warning for the western coastal counties. A deep area of low pressure will bring heavy rain and the risk of severe gales in places during Tuesday and Wednesday. Atlantic Basin tropical system names These are the names that will be used for tropical systems in the Atlantic Basin during the 2020 hurricane season. 'Risky' means that it is not sure wheather that name will be used in this year. Storm Inès approaching Ireland on 12 February. Pinit. [27], Lorenzo began undergoing extratropical transition on 2 October, while passing over the Azores a few hours before the National Hurricane Center issued their 09:00 UTC advisory. Met Éireann issued Status Orange - Rainfall warning for Connacht, Cavan, Monaghan, Donegal, Wexford, Cork, Kerry and Waterford. For the Southeast Europe region, another Greek-Italian group for storm names exists, and Germany is a complete lone wolf. Storm Dennis was named jointly by the UK Met Office, Met Éireann and the Netherlands Meteorological Service on 11 February, with heavy rain and strong winds expected to affect the UK from 15 February. [205][206] On 20 August, Ellen absorbed the remnants of Tropical Storm Kyle. Our meteorologist's commentary has now updated and can be viewed here : met.ie/forecasts/meteorologists-commentary Below is a selection of the highest 10-min winds & gusts that occurred (provisional):", "Storm Aiden: Strong winds leave 8,000 without power", "Thousands without power as Storm Aiden sweeps across the country", "Thousands without power as wind warnings in effect", "##StormAiden has widely brought gusts of 40-50 mph today, but some places have seen even stronger winds Here are the strongest gusts so far", https://zoom.earth/storms/90l-2020/#layers=nolabels, https://twitter.com/AEMET_Esp/status/1333176672477122565?s=20, https://twitter.com/metoffice/status/1332717987384659971?s=20, https://twitter.com/WeatherMatrix/status/1332781945676304388?s=20, "Tuuli alkaa voimistua myrskylukemiin merialueilla tänään iltapäivästä. 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. [120] Severe flooding was also reported in the Spanish Arch, Port of Galway, Oranmore and Kinvara areas of Galway. [13][14] Storm Bernardo was named next, by the Spanish meteorological agency, AEMET. For only the second time. [42] In the aftermath of Storm Elsa, Met Éireann's short notice of upgrading weather warnings around one hour before the storm hit the counties of Mayo and Galway was criticized. Additionally, former Atlantic hurricanes will retain their names as assigned by the National Hurricane Center of the United States. [156] After turning southeastwards and entering the Bay of Biscay, Gloria subsequently made landfall close to Santander in northern Spain on 19 January. Ciara 4. Sur les départements placés en #VigilanceOrange, des rafales de 100 à 110 km/h sont attendues durant quelques heures, localement 120 km/h sur les côtes", "Norberto : onze tempêtes sur la France depuis début février ! The storm was named before Leon, however Leon developed before Karine on 1 March and so alphabetical order does not correspond to chronological order of these two storms. The agency expects gusting of 80 to 97 km/h (50 to 60 mph) across the country, with the possibility of gusts up to 130 km/h (80 mph) along the coastal regions. [103], After making landfall in Portugal, Storm Daniel moved north-eastwards across the Iberian Peninsula into the Bay of Biscay, making a second landfall in southern Brittany, France as a weak trough on 17 December. [48] Amélie passed over Belgium and the Netherlands on 3 November and then over Germany on 4 November, while steadily weakening. [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). Graphics: TWC. The storm dropped to a pressure of 949 mbar (28.0 inHg), bringing strong winds and blizzard conditions, causing a complete halt to transportation and power loss to 20,000. [65] After briefly reintensifying and then weakening once more, Bernardo was last noted as a weak low over Siberia on 18 November. Eastern counties received Status Yellow - Wind warning as well.[214]. [146][147], Storm Brendan made its closest approach to Ireland and the United Kingdom while at peak intensity late on 13 January, with the centre of the storm remaining just offshore to the north of Scotland. 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