We currently have three storms affecting W Europe. The storm in Iceland is by far the strongest – with peak gusts up to 166km/h (the value calculated by MILK ESC) and a central pressure of 968hPa this is a strong storm fairly early in the season. The storm that affected Spain and Portugal, as well as France yesterday now has a name: QUIRIN. Other than that, a third, new storm has formed in the Atlantic to the W of France. This storm is going to again bring wind to Portugal, Spain and France. Warnings have been issued.