Major windstorm ‘Callum’ is expected to push into western Europe tomorrow as a very deep cyclone travels north just west of British Isles and Ireland. So-called bombogenesis cyclone takes place late this evening in the northern Atlantic. The cyclone will then go through rapid intensification with central pressure approaching 940 mbar, while the cyclone nears Ireland on Friday morning, Oct 12th. A severe windstorm is likely to develop with possible sting jet wind maxima. Wind gusts are expected to locally peak above 150 km/h.