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Unbelievable, There are some really sick people in this world "Bloody" oxygen thief.

Hampshire Police: people in Portsmouth recieving hoax phone calls from man claiming to be from flood helpline asking them to leave homes

https://twitter.com/search?q=hampshire%20police&src=typd

I'm not happy, in fact I'm quite sad makes my blood boil. How do people even come up with these ideas? I would never dream of it in a million years!

Edit ha auto correct really confusing me there with f f s

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OK it's WAY worse outside than it sounds.

 

Just took the dogs out and they nearly took off. 

 

Must be the direction of the wind making it sound as if it's not blowing a gale, but it most certainly is now here anyway. 

 

Max Gust now at 57 Mph here in Shoreham

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Southampton now gusting Force 11. 59.3 knots or 69mph

http://www.sotonmet.co.uk/%28S%28ddecbdnkaec3wq55zf4ase45%29%29/default.aspx

And CHIMET not far behind with Force 11 58.2 knots or 67mph

http://www.chimet.co.uk/%28S%281x450fexmzkdow45oofidbik%29%29/Default.aspx

 

Please! I don't want it to get worse than a force 11. Not when we have 4 hours until the worst is supposed to be here anyway. Perhaps it is coming through earlier? Hopefully.

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team jo are you a storm chaser or photographer, or both?

Lassie23. Can you PLEASE put your location in your profile, otherwise when you are posting about conditions where you are it's meaningless. With conditions as they are tonight local information is very useful to folk reading this forum Posted Image

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Ok windows starting to rattle now and I can hear the gusts coming about 10 seconds before they arrive it's mental, easily on a par with pre Xmas Eve already if not slightly worse and definitely worse then St Jude, and to think this thing isn't supposed to peak until at least midnight I wouldn't be at all surprised if somewhere offshore gets 80mph.

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Do you have any idea what time we are going to get the worst of it John -  already pretty awful here .

hi isabelle

 

pretty wild here as well

 

i put between 12-8am earlier

 

looking at how this is moving the low i reckon from around 10 to around 4

 

but even tomorrow am still looks very windy for a time

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Lassie23. Can you PLEASE put your location in your profile, otherwise when you are posting about conditions where you are it's meaningless. With conditions as they are tonight local information is very useful to folk reading this forum Posted Image

sorry forgot, done now

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Thanks jp, just as I'm about to leave work no doubt. That line SW of London, looks quite heavy now.

 

Tom.

 

hi mate

 

just starting chucking down again now

 

notice the direction of the precipitation heading towards us has changed now

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and here's a good live station if you want to see some high numbers, the graph as given up

 

http://www.nci-prawlepoint.org.uk/weather.htm

 

 

Graph back but a constant force 12!!!

74 knots constant wind shown. That is 85 mph mean speed. WOW! As you say Hurricane force.

Where is Prawle Point though? Cornwall?

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Certainly blowing in dirty Dartford, not a good day for Thames water decide too change the fire hydrant outside your gate, leaving a very big hole surrounded by barriers which have just disappeared down the road leaving an unprotected hole, perhaps our netweather legal guru could tell me the going rate for falling down an ole?

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Looking at all the post with dog references, I'm doing my first ever dog sitting weekend for my brother who is glamping in Hampshire this weekend. I've got my eye on raintoday wondering when to do the evening walk - a first for me. Might venture into Purley and check out the underpass. Wonder if the dog will join me:)

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74 knots constant wind shown. That is 85 mph mean speed. WOW! As you say Hurricane force.

Where is Prawle Point though? Cornwall?

From Google

 

Prawle Point is a coastal headland in south Devon, England It is the southernmost point of Devon. Access is from the village of East Prawle along a single-track road, at the end of which a National Trust car park is present.

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Southampton now Force 10 gusting 11. not often they get winds that high!!

Oh dear, now Bognor has F10 gusting 11 too.

 

Agreed, this is epic in terms of wind speeds. Lights are like a disco here at the mo, haven't lost power though.

 

It still doesn't seem worse than 23rd Dec though

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