A hurricane is headed for the UK - and it's due to hit on the 30-year anniversary of the 1987 Great Storm.
Hurricane Ophelia is on route, with a trajectory to hit Ireland and most of the UK.
However, the US National Hurricane Center has predicted it will weaken to a regular storm before it hits the UK on Monday (October 17).
A higher degree of winds are expected, as well as unseasonably warm weather.
Twenty two people died after the Great Storm hit the UK - alongside Spain and France - with hurricane-force winds across October 15 and 16 in 1987.
The storm made landfall in Cornwall, before moving through Devon and over the Midlands.
Cities along the coasts - like Kent and Sussex - were subjected to winds of 120 miles per hour.