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Jason H

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  1. Jason H

    Super Typhoon JEBI

    I'd be interested in anyone's thoughts on this. My daughter is due into Osaka Wednesday at 6pm. Whilst it would have blown through by then, is it strong enough to cause widespread damage? It certainly looks like it could based on current parameters.
  2. Still going here. Heavy rain. Lightening overhead then should have woken Bexleyheath
  3. I've just been woken by an approaching storm from the South West. Looking pretty dark in that direction
  4. You lot crack me up. Storm shields a plenty. Not here in Bexleyheath. Two storms so far. The last one was a cracker!
  5. Tropical blobs of rain in Bexleyheath now. The atmosphere is about to go pop I think
  6. Agreed, 2018 has delivered the goods so far. Snow, plumes, storms, serious heat. Classic stuff. Just no hurricane's please in autumn.
  7. Yesterday was unbelievably hot and humid. It doesn't feel as oppressive today though. Just perfect!
  8. Utterly glorious summers day here in Bexleyheath. Hot, not a cloud in the sky. It can go like this all summer if it wants.
  9. The London storm shield that was breached Saturday, Monday & Tuesday?
  10. Dark as night here in Bexleyheath. Heavy rain, thunder, lightning. Third storm in four days. Lovely stuff!
  11. Light snow being whipped around in a vicious wind in Bexleyheath
  12. Weren't you dismissing this cold spell earlier this week?
  13. The Fax charts for tonight and the shift in wind direction in the outer reaches of the Thames would suggest that things are still very much game on for North Kent, Essex, London, Surrey.... Let's see what tonight brings.
  14. If it was longer than 30 minutes, it wouldn't be a shower
  15. Yup. And those showers North of Margate SHOULD now start to march up the Thames.... and hopefully......
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