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South West/Central Southern England Regional Weather Discussion 27/10/13 1730z ------->

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So far at work there have been 5 trees come down on the line between Bath & Salisbury.

Apart from that, I'm getting wet but that's it! Posted Image

 

Stay safe!

 

Under a heavy squall at the moment - producing stronger winds than seen all night. I don't think the worst has even gotten here yet.

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According to met office site there were 75mph gusts at 5am here! That was just after the worst of the winds too. Crazy this far inland.

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Stay safe!

 

Under a heavy squall at the moment - producing stronger winds than seen all night. I don't think the worst has even gotten here yet.

 

Same here in West Oxon, proper stormy now with really heavy rain and what must be at least 40mph gusts.

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That's me done I think I need to sleep! Stay safe everyone! :)

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Worst it has been all night here in Arborfield near Reading. Last 10 minutes really frightening wind gusts which are virtually constant.

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Heavy rain here and too wind gust of 46mph moments ago.

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BBC Berkshire reporting that the worst of the winds are to hit the county between 8-9 am this morning which is scary as it's already ferocious out there,

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"WARNING: Wiltshire Berkshire Herts Beds to Essex and Suffolk ...gusts inland possible over 80mph anytime now."

 

This was tweeted by BBC's Thomasz Schafernaker abour 15 minutes ago.

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"WARNING: Wiltshire Berkshire Herts Beds to Essex and Suffolk ...gusts inland possible over 80mph anytime now."This was tweeted by BBC's Thomasz Schafernaker abour 15 minutes ago.

I suspect he was referring to that squall line... Calmed a bit now.. Rain is more heavier..

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Thankfully nothing serious here in Weston, just some heavy rain and a very brief windy period around 4am to 5am

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I'm glad to say not been too bad around here. We had a gust of 49mph and Falmouth 57. Fairly quiet at the moment. Also glad to say so far I haven't heard of any shipping disasters.

 

The METO has been pretty much spot on over the last three days.

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Max gust of 27mph at my local station. So I was either sheltered or it didn't deepen early enough to affect me.

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Great, just looked into my garden, fence panels all over the place, Not all of them though. What storm eh.....

Worst over here now, still very blowy

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Not that I'm taking this personally, but now it's light I can see chaos in my garden and a smashed greenhouse in the garden behind, but either side of me have trampolines that don't appear to have budged an inch. Hmm.

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I find it crazy how the max gust here so far has been 36.8mph, but Lyneham just 12 miles away has recorded wind gusts of over double that. I know they are more exposed, but that's quite a surprise to me

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Not been anything out of the ordinary regarding the wind here in Frome. Hope everyone ok elsewhere and no injuries.

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Brief power outage around 5am as the wind whipped up in Warminster and 23mm of rain in my gauge, NW Radar suggests much more a few miles South.

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Totaled 42.4mm of rain from this event. Wasn't expecting that.

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