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Strong winds in Galicia tomorrow night

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The left overs from Hurricane Gordon is supposed to hit Galicia tomorrow (Wednesday september 20th 2006) with winds of up to 100km/h. The strongest winds are supposed to be close to the coast (Finisterre!) and hit late afternoon/night (Wednesday-Thursday). Waves of up to 4 meters are expected.

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The storm as of Tuesday September 19th 2006
 
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Just and update: the TVE weather report last night forecasted winds of up to 120km/h and 9 meter waves at sea. Latest reports say it will hit Galicia Thursday morning.

As of now, still overcast and calm in Santiago.
 

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