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rmc1987

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  1. I have seen some mentions about the haze etc. BBC tweeted Saharan sand and dust will continue to be transported this way. I guessed this is why the sky is how it is right now, sand/dust mixed with the high hazey cloud?
  2. Only spray? Well I wouldn't expect the heavy rain and wind she was wittering on about. Maybe a mess up? Winds have calmed and radar is almost clear.
  3. Just seen weather on ITV I think it was. Talked of winds and heavy rain this evening for this region. Not much of rain today so where's it coming from?
  4. Just seen weather on ITV I think it was. Talked of winds and heavy rain this evening for this region. Not much of rain today so where's it coming from?
  5. Didn't realise but I see there's rain due tonight. Could triton wintery according to BBC under London text forecast. Heathrow currently reporting temp of 4c and dew of 3c. Perhaps sleet for some on higher ground? Some Norwegians I know posted last night some snow pictures back there. Ahh so nice lol, they were playing out in it and that's people who grew up with plenty of it. Makes me want to go back now.
  6. Exacta weather - says it all. I was reading an article the other day then saw Johnathan Powell, at which point I stopped reading. Papers are going crazy with this nonsense, what started it all?
  7. Calmed down from earlier. On it's way out it would seem, Heathrow reporting just 45mph gusts on it's 7.20am weather ATIS
  8. Heathrow NOAA had gusts of 45mph (7.20am) and they've cancelled flights. Easy to overreact but there you go. Seems to be calming down now too. As forecast it wasn't supposed to last long. Apart from sky of course
  9. Not quite so bad, gusts of about 60 here (Heathrow) quite a way of the 90 sky came up with last night for Heathrow.
  10. Sounds lively for most. Gusting at about only about 41mph per at Heathrow which is just up the road.
  11. Bold but I would disregard what sky news are saying. Seems clear this is not something that'll affect ground level (hence why airports informed). Wind of 90mph is worthy of a red alert and wider attention from the MetO itself.
  12. 90mph, mmm sky, I think are probably reporting a wind sped which wouldn't be experienced at our lower (grounded) levels I suspect.
  13. I would say that either they have got their wires crossed with what they mean or you simply mis-heard. They've tweeted no such thing and they've tweeted most bits too.
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