You can clearly see the dual system between Iceland and Norway, and what’s nice about this is that we also see the edge of the cold air outbreak stretching west from the polar lows. Here are some satellite-based wind speeds from about 1600 GMT yesterday, taken from this site:
This shows nicely how strong the winds are along the edge of the outbreak.
Update: I just found winds from this morning, too, and here wind speeds of more than 50 knots (Force 10 on the Beaufort wind force scale) were estimated by the satellite:
That’s pretty hefty. We can trace the development back to the disturbance seen in this picture from Wednesday, a few hours before the wind snapshot above:
It’s moving slowly, but seems to have built some strength since yesterday.