Jump to content


  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation


Profile Information

  • Gender
  • Location
  1. I ask this question because I have noticed a trend over the last few years that seems to tie in with the rise of social media. Many years ago the weather forecast was shown after the news every night, and because it was a forecast for the next 24-48 hours it was usually fairly accurate. Fast forward a few years and we are now in a era where everyone wants information at their fingertips and the media have pages and TV to fill, couple that with our national obsession with the weather, and all of a sudden, the humble weather forecaster has a new audience to entertain, and each forecaste
  2. Pouring down in South Somerset since wee small hours, look like it may clear in the next hour, but dont like the look of that large lump in the channel heading towards the South coast in the next few hours.
  3. Quite a worrying event, more so with the current track of hitting southern most counties the hardest. With the half term break in full swing, and lots of people heading for the caravan sites across the southern coastal districts, and if the warning did go to red, would any warnings be placed on the parks to warn or evacuate their sites? Cant imagine a static caravan in 80mph winds is the safest way to spend some family time away!
  • Create New...