Storm has characterised the Christmas holidays.
Yesterday Urd ravaged in Denmark, Norway and the Faroe Islands.
On the Faroe Islands Urd broke the Faroese record in wind strength when gusts of 78.7 m/s reached the double hurricane strength while the average wind speed was 52 m/s.
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Not a breath of wind here. I feel I’ve missed all the excitement.
Hi Alen. You certainly did. Luckily no one got hurt in Denmark but I don’t know about the Faroe Islands and Norway. Have you experienced a serious storm while you have been resident in Spain?
Only one ferocious thuderstorm that lasted less than an hour. Plenty of time yet.
… 5 minutes feels like an hour so an hour – 🙂 🙂
Wait … ¿Hablas Español también? How did I not know this?! Forgive my momentary distraction — the storm does sound dreadful, and your photo is really lovely. But, ¿Español? ¡Qué sorpresa, y qué placer!
Hello Heather! No, I don’t speak Spanish but the devoted help team in Google Translate does 😉 🙂
I saw your weather!!! Cannot compete with raining frogs – or wait – was it frogs 🙂
Ha ha! The devoted team at Google Translate has served you well, Hannah — you were very convincing! 🙂 As for the frogs … they have not arrived yet, but the day is young. Ha ha.
I’m glad the frogs haven’t arrived – yet. They would probably hit the Breaking News too if they did 🙂
La foto es muy bonita, Hanna, me gusta mucho la ballena ajena al mar y cuyas olas la salpican.
Querida Isabel Normalmente es un lugar encantador para los bañistas y bañistas. Pero hoy en día una gran cantidad de agua está cambiando de lugar por lo que hay una gran corriente después de la tormenta.
Gracias por las flores ❤ 🙂
Goodness, that sounds furious! Thick frost here this morning. Best wishes for 2017 🙂
Probably you are blessed with an azure sky besides the frosty weather 🙂
Wish you lot of joy and happiness in 2017!!!
All the best,
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