The shocking WX Chart shows the storm hurtling in from the Atlantic, making landfall from Tuesday with the most intense wind gusts expected to reach 110 mph.
According to the chart, the storm will be travelling in a north-easterly direction and will hit the south of Ireland before travelling to England and the rest of Europe.
The chart reveals Hurricane Helene could bring warm weather to Scandanavia and Western Europe.
According to Ireland’s Met Éireann weather service, there is “a lot of uncertainty in the details for early next week but indications are for very disturbed weather”.
The map shows Helene is heading east towards the south-western corners of the British and Irish Isles, with the tip of Ireland expected to be the worst affected.
A National Hurricane Centre map also shows Helene moving in an easterly direction across the north Atlantic.
Met Office meteorologist Alan Deakin said: “Hurricane Helene may influence things in combination with an area of low pressure over the coming days.
“Areas of low pressure containing what’s left of Storm Helene will still provide moisture and energy which will impact the UK quite a bit as we go into the early part of next week.
“There is a lot of uncertainty around the development of that low pressure system.”
The Met Office have warned that there will be wet and windy weather on Tuesday with severe gale force winds.
Hurricane Helene is currently a category two hurricane and is expected to strengthen to category three.
Hurricane Florence is another storm in the Atlantic which has sparked mass evacuations as it charges towards landfall in the US.
The hurricane has been downgraded to a category two story but is still considered dangerous and life-threatening.
Hurricane Isaac, which is also brewing in the Atlantic, is expected to hit Venezuela and the Dominican Republic on Saturday.