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  1. 5 hours ago, Flash bang flash bang etc said:


    “We will be tracing all individuals who used the Northern Line, any 541 Bus, or who visited Borough Market during daylight hours last week”

    It's in London, that's just great news, not. Does the northern line go to Ealing /Brentford? I have a daughter in uni over their. 

    It's all good it doesn't go there, so hopefully she hasn't used the line. 


  2. 2 hours ago, Dorsetbred said:

    Yup, they have named the parent and not the child. Looking at the Fax charts, is the child really that deep a depression likely to cause damage, it doesn't look that way? One has to wonder why they have named a storm whose centre is hundreds of miles away ,and is not in direct line to cause damage..

    We know what rapid cyclogenisis can do, and how quickly, it could be a big issue from them. And lots of rain for us yet again. 


  3. 1 minute ago, Gray-Wolf said:

    UK Society has been being told that casual racism is OK for over a decade now.... why didn't more people pull the idiots up way back then instead of utilising it for their 'Sunlit Uplands/Unicorn ownership dreams????

    I've no idea, I tried too.


  4. 13 minutes ago, Yarmy said:

    You think that's mad. Hold my beer (or maybe don't).

     

    I'm not happy, in fact I'm quite sad some people really do have a screw loose, how the hell can people think a beer that isn't even brewed in effected areas is infected with corona just cause its called that. 


  5. 29 minutes ago, weirpig said:

    Really???

    Federico [email protected]

    Only today, four Italian friends called me to report cases of bullying and discrimination towards other Italians due to #coronavirus. A friend has been kicked out from her home in Chelsea and in schools Italian children are victims of verbal abuse.

    25

    12:29 - 26 Feb 2020

    That's disgusting, what is wrong with people. 


  6. 1 minute ago, Summer Sun said:

    South Korea has exceeded 2,000 confirmed cases with another 256 confirmed.

    China has seen sharp downwards trend of new cases with 327 new and 44 deaths on Thursday.

    British cyclists Chris Froome and Mark Cavendish are being tested for the coronavirus.

    Where did they go? 


  7. 1 minute ago, weirpig said:

    Maybe slightly relevant to this thread   but reports of Turkey allowing all migrants to pass without restriction to Europe   100s seen flocking to greece  as Turkey lifts restrictions   as the battle with Syria escalates.  I suppose it may well highten the risk of exposure   

    Is the virus in syria/turkey yet, if not the migrants them selves will not be a problem, I'm assuming however, they don't know about the virus in Europe. This is a nasty move. 


  8. 13 minutes ago, sjw2511 said:

    If you read my post I was talking about why Spain have named it, theres not a lot of impact for them, and even if you include France the same applies.

    That low below our storm under goes rapid cyclogenisis and does impact them, it starts as a wave in our storm. It seems they have named the parent, not just their little feature, it will impact France to no doubt. 


  9. 1 hour ago, TomSE12 said:

    Morning all,

    Just wanted to clarify for those S.E. Members that have entered my Weather predicting Competition, I shall be referring to this Weekend's N .Atlantic Storm, as Ellen. Certainly looks like another lively Weekend, in store.

    Can't understand why the AEMET (Spanish Met Office), have jumped in and "nicked" our Storm, though.

                        UKMO (t48)

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    Surely the impacts on the U.K. and Ireland will be far greater than on Spain, which will be sheltered by the Azores High.

    But we all know this is Irish girl Ellen, cunningly disguised as some Spanish bloke, Jorge.

    Rest assured, the next N.Atlantic Storm in my book will be Francis and not some Spanish Senorita, Hermosa or whatever.

    Perhaps in these times, we can expect more examples of "gender fluidity" in Synoptic Meteorology?

    Here is that Met Office list again.

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    Regards,

    Tom.  :hi:

    They get hit by rapid cyclogenisis to our south that starts of as a wave to this storm. 


  10. 59 minutes ago, Jo Farrow said:

    I think my first chart is a bit confusing. The main big low centre near UK is named #BorrascaJorge but it seems a seconadry low from that will affect NW Spain at the weekend. As the UK has yellow rain warnings and wind ones, it will be referred to as #StormJorge here. Also now Met Eireann have issued Orange wind warnings for Saturday.

    feb27jorgelow.png

    That makes more sense, thanks. 

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