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Possible severe storm Monday 28th October 2013 Part 3

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Don'r care about the wind here in Cardiff - this rain is something else! Torrential!

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The house that I am in at the moment was badly damaged in 87 it had the gable end blown in to the house, new brickwork is in metric..., it took over 100 mph to do that, it did 120 plus at the Needles that night.

At the moment its gusting around 50 but it has been around 70, just down the road from here its done 83 at the needles.

looks like 90 is on then, I think.

Hi Rusty, keep safe and I hope you don't get the 90 gusts, not hopeful you wont though. Posted Image

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Talk now that parts of E Anglia, NE England may see upgrades re warnings etc..for later today, also bare the brunt of the winds..

 

This storm is now possibly taking on a new dimension. 

I thought NE Eng was going to miss out?

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Ok, 7-10 am...16 gust 28 knots!

 What happened with 6am to 7am, do they run on 23 hour days?!?

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Darren betts on radio5 live said the centre of low is off north cornwall coast..

Edited by chubbyfan

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Pressure here has just started to rise, back up to 982 from 981.2 and the winds veered to the west. So I'd say it has just passed North of Scilly.

you could be a very useful poster down there, since most of our weather comes from you - keep posting what you have actually experienced - much appreciated Posted Image

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getting very gusty here now, have no idea what just flew past my office window..

 

Location - Ryde IOW  -  At work

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Gust of 92mph in Needles, Isle of Wight, with a gust of 67mph in Hampshire, in a less exposed site.

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Can now hear the wind whistling down the chimney and outside so clearly gathering intensity, the sound of rain which has been persistent (and heavy) for maybe eight hours is starting to fade though.

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I was tempted earlier to go along the seafront, but now i dont think thats going to happen at all, Sod that!

 

Its getting stronger and stronger out there

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What happened with 6am to 7am, do they run on 23 hour days?!?

No, between 1-4 am it will become 30 gust 50 kts, with a chance that between 3-6 am it will be 35 gust 55 kts. It will then abate from between 7-10 am to 16 gust 28 kts.BECMG 2801/2804 23030G50KT 9999 NSW PROB30 TEMPO 2803/2806 27035G55KT BECMG 2807/2810 27016G28KT Edited by Su Campu

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Sustained wind of 40mph here now with gusts of 60mph. And while the pressure is dropping my temperature has risen by 1.3C in an hour.

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Hi Rusty, keep safe and I hope you don't get the 90 gusts, not hopeful you wont though. Posted Image

Hi and thanks mate, it was quite bad at the time half the house was blown in and the roof was badly de-slated so the neighbors say and the brickwork tells, quite exciting really, but rather it stayed a sedate 90 than the 120 that nightPosted Image Take care.

Edited by Rustynailer

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92mph reported at Needles, from the official Met Office Twitter feed.

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Oppressive pressure drop - my eyes are bleeding.

 

Oh no, that's just Dexter blood spatter on my screen.

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Max gust tonight so far of 10mph...but the rain has been very heavy and persistent.

 

Strongest winds for here were forecast 3-6am but I must get some sleep. Goodnight all, stay safe. I'll be sleeping through the 'main event' for my area as it will be moving on by 0700hrs i'd imagine.

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92mph reported at Needles, from the official Met Office Twitter feed.

Whoooah, that's pretty serious from the South Coast!

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Not sure how much worse this is going to get..im in a very exposed part of Ryde, my work place is pretty much on Ryde seafront.

Edited by Cyclonic

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Hi and thanks mate, it was quite bad at the time half the house was blown in and the roof was badly de-slated so the neighbors say and the brickwork tells, quite exciting really, but rather it stayed a sedate 90 than the 120 that nightPosted Image Take care.

 

 

Hi and thanks mate, it was quite bad at the time half the house was blown in and the roof was badly de-slated so the neighbors say and the brickwork tells, quite exciting really, but rather it stayed a sedate 90 than the 120 that nightPosted Image Take care.

I will be thinking of you as this gets worse. Daughter is closer to the seafront than me and now has no electricity as water has penetrated the roof of flat above and is running into their electric supply and also the flat below. Not fun but i think they will be in a better position than the people above them.

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Not sure how much worse this is going to get..im in a very exposed part of Ryde, my work place is pretty much on Ryde seafront.

Stay safe Cyclonic Just been looking at portsmouth beachcam and it looks horrific

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Well you get two bites at the cherry. I'd expect your harshest is about now. There'll be another hit as the low exits the UK

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