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Child Of Nadine (karin) - Severe Weather Discussion - Day 2 To 6


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Hi, can we keep this thread to discussing the weather situation / forecasts / flooding etc please - if you want to chat and banter off topic please take a look at the lounge http://forum.netweat.../1

A bit frightening - http://www.itv.com/news/tyne-tees/2012-09-25/block-of-flats-at-risk-of-collapse-after-floods-in-newburn/

Very interesting comments and analysis from ESTOFEX this morning: http://www.estofex.org/

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Can anyone update me as to what the latest is with regard to this depression, I think otherwise I might have to turn to drink myself. Posted Image

The title of the thread being Child Of Nadine (Karin) - Severe Weather Discussion - Day 2 and 3. Posted Image

And to those affected by this event, I send out my condolences. Posted Image

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Hi, can we keep this thread to discussing the weather situation / forecasts / flooding etc please - if you want to chat and banter off topic please take a look at the lounge

http://forum.netweat.../17-the-lounge/

Thanks :)

sorry for waffling

Whalley in lancs is flooded

bye....

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It's started raining again in Malvern, that means the system is coming back over us again, and we're likely in for another drenching during the night. Hope the leaking roof doesn't get any worse. Posted Image

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Raining pretty heavy again here with a strenghtening NE'ly wind, only 9c it feels a bit Posted Image Even the dogs weren't impressed with the walk.

post-9615-0-44446600-1348603776_thumb.pn Latest V6 rainfall radar with a few overlays showing the depression is centred just north of Wales atm.

post-9615-0-46777200-1348604095_thumb.pn Satellite shot - watch the satellite loop over the last 24hrs here > http://www.yr.no/sat..._animasjon.html

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It is pivoting around it's axis just as suggested by the models, but perhaps not losing it's intensity as quickly as expected? NW & NE England is really under the hammer from this afternoon and early evening already, it looks like the rain will stay pretty heavy in some areas for another couple of hours at least. The immediate south/western flank has weakened more quickly. The heavy rain off the SW coast looks like it will sweep up the channel later. It's been dry here for a couple of hours - the 'eye' is just off the coast from me.

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Evening all,

Just heard Peter Gibbs on News 24 state that this has been the most intense September depression since 1981.

Here's the archive chart for 20th Sept 1981, with the little lady responsible for that stormy early Autumn spell.

http://www.wetterzentrale.de/pics/archive/ra/1981/Rrea00119810920.gif

Regards,

Tom

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Sea foam on the Lancs coast north of Blackpool (Cleveleys) in gales last December.

Is it sewage or washing powder to blame?

The foam is amazing, but the commentary is even better!

Having looked at the rainfall radar and Met Office forecast maps it does look as though there are convective showers being drawn towards the UK from the channel - once the main prolonged rain event from this system clears it does look like a more thundery picture later tomorrow and into Thursday. It was thankfully a little easier getting home tonight, though roads are still partially flooded and the Dee is on the rise in its lower catchment. This is a crazy event, and I feel for those who have suffered from it.

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Top five totals for last 48hrs from wxonline, Leemng North Yorks coming out tops nearing the 100mm mark.

Leeming (32 m) 93.0 mm Shawbury (72 m) 70.0 mm Valley (10 m) 66.0 mm IoM / Ronaldsway AP (16 m) 52.0 mm Dunkeswell Aerodr. (253 m) 50.6 mm

Met Office blog had Ravensworth (North Yorks) at 107.8mm since 1am Sunday morning until 8am this morning, so will be interesting to see what totals they come up with on their updates:

http://metofficenews.wordpress.com/

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There is still a slight possibility that Nadine herself could visit sometime in October, whenever she feels ready to eventually leave the Azores.

I emphasise the words "slight" & "possibility" though.

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