A massive system has formed over the north Atlantic, covering most of the ocean.
A satellite image of the storm shows that it stretches from Newfoundland/Labrador all the way east into Spain.
The southern tail of the storm reaches south into the Caribbean while the northern head touches Greenland.
As the storm made its way over the Atlantic, it merged with other low pressure systems and gained strength.
Later warm, moist air from the gulf region and cool, dry air from the Arctic converged, causing it to grow further and spin much like a Hurricane.
The mega system's intensity has been compared to a category 3 hurricane, which can deliver winds over 200 km/h.
Waves over 13 metres in height are being churned out over the ocean, making an unpleasant journey for any ships travelling through.
The system is expected to move east into western Europe over the next week, dropping in size and intensity.