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It also featured a very rare violent event known as a 'sting jet' that was only recognised in 2004 by scientists.
The strongest gust was 115mph in Shoreham-by-Sea, West Sussex.
For deacons and priests it is the specific mark of office, being the badge of the diaconal and priestly orders.
The wrongful use of the stole by subdeacons, therefore, would imply the usurpation of a higher order, and would constitute an irregularity.
In 2014 an October maximum of 23.6C (74.5F) was recorded at Gravesend in Kent and Kew Gardens in London on the 31st, while the top reading in 2013 was 23C (73.4F) in Skegness, Lincolnshire, on the 8th.
The stole of the priest extends from the back of the neck across the shoulders to the breast, where the two halves either cross each other or fall down straight according as the stole is worn over the alb or the surplice.
A liturgical vestment composed of a strip of material from two to four inches wide and about eighty inches long.
It has either a uniform width throughout, or is somewhat narrower towards the middle, widening at the ends in the shape of a trapezium or spade.
'But then it will continue its way towards the British Isles, probably reaching us very early next week.'Mr Burkhill said cold sea temperatures mean Ophelia will not be strong enough to be categorised as a hurricane when it hits Britain.
But he added: 'It's definitely something that we are keeping an eye on, for the possibility of some disruptive weather early next week.'The unsettled weather looks likely to continue into Tuesday due to a separate band of low pressure, and will remain changeable throughout the rest of the week. flash flooding caused chaos in parts of Cumbria after more than half of the month's predicted rainfall hailed down in less than 24 hours - leaving parts of the village of Blennerhasset almost completely submerged.
The volatile weather system could bring heavy downpours and gusts of up to 70mph when it hits Britain's shores at the start of next week, with the Met Office warning that the unsettled weather is expected to cause disruption.