Ireland Cleans up After ex-Hurricane Ophelia

The cleanup continues in Ireland after ex-Hurricane Ophelia brought the nation a startlingly violent hurricane-like experience on Monday. The powerful storm made landfall in southwest Ireland on Monday morning near 11:30 UTC, just 12 hours after the National Hurricane Center stopped issuing advisories on the Category 1 hurricane.

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