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John Badrick

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  1. and if you look at the radar it looks like the first front is pivoting and heading back through cornwall, squashed from both sides
  2. north Cornwall got a pasting this afternoon. some kids had to leave school early and then bus got stuck. some teachers had to abandon their cars. wasn't forecast to be this bad
  3. hahaha still does it if you write large teapot
  4. They were crazy times, these were taken in Cornwall in March this year, this was the road leading down to the beach with 6ft snow drifts
  5. it's still November next Tuesday. we are very much still autumn watch!!
  6. John Badrick

    Solar and Aurora Activity Chat

    does this mean that cycle 24 is showing signs that it's not going to be as low aS 23 and therefore 25 is going to be more active that people are thought to believe?
  7. John Badrick

    Solar and Aurora Activity Chat

    I thought solar min is not until 2019 and so c25 won't start until 2019/20 ????
  8. John Badrick

    Solar and Aurora Activity Chat

    I was just about to post this clip. what do people think? it does make you stop and think, very interesting and like you say time will tell and in the not so distant future
  9. John Badrick

    Winter 2018/19

    a stopped clock is right twice a day 😁
  10. We had a lovely day here in Bude north cornwall coast snowing early this morning with a good covering. Then the sun came out with blue skies for most of the day and the snow melted. Now we have heavy snow and back to a covering again.
  11. Yes it is Bude scenes like this haven't been seen since 2010/11 amazing really to see so late in the year
  12. Cornwall at sea level!!! Amazing to see this in March!! And the worst/best is yet to come today
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