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NessCottage

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  1. Looks like it is an instrument issue caused by weather/local conditions
  2. Or ice melting underneath .... or an instrumentation issue... or something else? Had just noticed it
  3. Yes, very odd. Often differences in magnitude but normally you can identify the time and location.
  4. Not qualified to answer that - depends on whole range of factors, shape of the tidal currents, wind direction, depth of water.
  5. The storm surge at Lowestoft appears to be about 2m. http://www.ntslf.org/data/realtime?port=Lowestoft Over the channel in Cuxhaven the surge is about 3m and long lasting.
  6. Correct there are High Volume pumps from Staffordshire going there as a RVP
  7. Off to bed now - definitely a possibility for red warning in Norfolk Latest shipping German Bight, HumberSouthwest 7 to severe gale 9, becoming cyclonic severe gale 9 to violent storm 11, perhaps hurricane force 12 later. Rough or very rough. Rain. Moderate or poor
  8. Not my data - here is the link http://www.teignmouthweather.co.uk/current.html Normally reliable though and it does feel warmer!
  9. Or have a listed evergreen oak which the council refuse to chop down despite it being 12 feet from house! ( We are 125m from coast!)
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