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Ea have issued flood alerts aready, taken from ea Heavy rain is forecast overnight from Sunday the 29th December to Monday the 30th December with upto 50 millimeters of rain forecast before midday on monday. River levels are already high and will rise over night tonight and during the course of tomorrow morning.

I myself think this is slightly misleading ive been out and about and all 3 rivers are nesr normal in terms of depth, but I supposed it only takes alittle rain

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Went to my local park this afternoon walking my pooch, one tree is down, although the roots still sort of in the ground, and big branches all over the gaff, obviously the result of Fridays storm. The trees are not mature and the ground is really boggy, will be a shame to loose any more, not a lot we can do against such weather conditions

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Ok can someone tell me why there isn't a wind warning up on met office for strong winds and heavy rain tomorrow ?

Because at the time the warning was issued they didnt feel it was warranted for our region

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The potential is still there for a short but severe spell of winds across the region this afternoon as a small but nasty looking LP system crosses immediately to our north.

This was showing on some of the charts yesterday evening but at the time the Met O seemed to be having non of it.

However there is a yellow warning over much of our region now for severe gales on the southern flank of this system.

Could get interesting later.

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great,more wind and rain. Getting hacked off with this sorry excuse for a winter now.Zip in December and sure as eggs are eggs gona be zip before mid Jan at the earliest.:(

And maybe beyond that but there's nothing we can do about it other than up sticks and move.
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And maybe beyond that but there's nothing we can do about it other than up sticks and move.

Agreed, so no point whining about it, just accept and stay patient.
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Netweather has just put out a weather warning for high winds which, as with the Met O warning puts ourselves in the firing line for this afternoon.

Winds up to 80mph possible over coasts and high ground from this nasty little feature as it crosses west to east.

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