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Whats Happening To Cumbria?

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Well this year Cumbria seen it's worst snow for a decade or more, Coldest temps in 25 years, and now a bloody earth tremmor 3.6 magnitude. So I am wondering can the weather have anything to do with this, or are they not connected. Even though it's a year to remember so far 2010!

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Abandon all hope ye who enter here - woe, woe and thrice woe - on the other hand just sit back and enjoy it. :whistling:

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Earth tremors are pretty common. I believe before the deep feeze of December 1981 November had the most tornados touch down in England on record and 1981 was an extremely thundery year. Not in anyway connected.

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Well this year Cumbria seen it's worst snow for a decade or more, Coldest temps in 25 years, and now a bloody earth tremmor 3.6 magnitude. So I am wondering can the weather have anything to do with this, or are they not connected. Even though it's a year to remember so far 2010!

I felt that, around 11pm. Felt like a train going under the house. Anyone know where the epicentre was?

Very poor for snow over this side of the county, had 5 in in the nov spell but just 1 in from the current one. Very light snow falling at the mo but i want at least a foot in time for xmas!

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Hi mate, yes the epicentre was somewhere around you. Cant remeber the exact place was Coniston. Yeah all the bloody snow went around us.Bang goes my white christmas hopes :blush:

I felt that, around 11pm. Felt like a train going under the house. Anyone know where the epicentre was?

Very poor for snow over this side of the county, had 5 in in the nov spell but just 1 in from the current one. Very light snow falling at the mo but i want at least a foot in time for xmas!

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The epicentre was under Coniston Water. The same fault line caused an earth tremor in Ulverston last year I believe.

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Must be a lot of immoral women there... :whistling:

Bloody 'ell - now you tell me - 30 years too late :wallbash:

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