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South East England & East Anglia Regional Weather Discussion 13/02/14

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hi bob strong winds to peak around 12-4am still strong up to 8am but easing down slowly through tomorrow still say gusts 70-80mph coasts and exposed routes 40-50-60 mph most areas poss 70 localised only though we may get stronger but i have an inkling we wont

Urm it's already about that now, if this continues to build and not peak for another 2 or 3 hours it'll probably be 70-80mph inland and more like 100 on coast, I've got a terrible feeling the Met have underestimated this my house is already shaking!
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My god..no more please this is not funny

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Posted Image

 

note this is 1 hour ago

 

that low still has to travel north east Posted Image

 

something just made a big crash outside

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The gusts are actually shaking the house! Never thought it was Goona be like this!

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cruise ship in english channel got hit by freak wave just come out on news

 

1 fatality and other injuries

 

ship heading to port now

 

edit sorry paul

 

beat me to it

Will it be able to dock in this weather, I'm expecting to hear that ferries are stuck off shore again soon. Judging by the sound of the wind.

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Evening all

Lively wind out the back of the house, fire going well in the sitting room whilst the gale tries to get down the flue, throw itself into the house and scare the pants off the owners. For sure it's a vigorous night even here 20 miles or so inland.

Off to Brighton early doors tomorrow, family there a few days but I'll be back Sunday night, looking forward to seeing the beach and how it has changed, and getting up high on the Downs.

Have a great weekend all

AS

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Urm it's already about that now, if this continues to build and not peak for another 2 or 3 hours it'll probably be 70-80mph inland and more like 100 on coast, I've got a terrible feeling the Met have underestimated this my house is already shaking!

http://www.xcweather.co.uk/

 

 

not yet its not

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That Bognor Beach cam is amazing. 

 

I can only imagine what it must be like by the King Alfred in Hove, definately going to check it out down there tomorrow's day time high tide

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Gotta a feeling this has been under estimated tonight

Gusts will be damaging tonight

House did not shake at xmas

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My god..no more please this is not funny

Is what you're having coming our way or is it going more North East?

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http://www.xcweather.co.uk/  not yet its not

Already gusting 56mph at Heathrow mate :(Anyone notice also how dry and warm the air and wind is...
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Really getting up here.its valentines night and my 11year old is scared and in bed with us!!!L

Edit,the wind. Is getting up I meant,fat chance of anything else lol

The irony of having kids, they make good contraceptives.Posted Image

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Already gusting 56mph at Heathrow mate Posted Image

Anyone notice also how dry and warm the air and wind is...

strong winds to peak around 12-4am

 

still strong up to 8am but easing down slowly through tomorrow

 

still say gusts 70-80mph coasts and exposed routes

 

40-50-60 mph most areas poss 70 localised only though

 

we may get stronger but i have an inkling we wont

 

please read what i post guys

 

thanks

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This is awesome so far! The wind is catching the side of my apartment and being on the third floor the roar is incredible! 

 

I'm perched right on the Medway River, not expected it to get particularly high here but the waves on it are pretty impressive

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Is what you're having coming our way or is it going more North East?

It's wind slowly increasing till around 1am-2am ish across the region

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At home in Hampton, just had strongest gust of evening a second ago - house strongly buffeted - would not want to be landing on a plane at Heathrow - stay safe everyone - I must say I love the sound a storm makes. Must take the top off the Irish Mist hiding at the back of the cupboard !

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Raining again quite heavily and very windy. Cats refuse to go out, but if Stormy goes out, I absolutely refuse to start calling out for her this time. :D

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Surrey,

 

It has extra-tropical elements within it, as noted by Estofex on their forecast yesterday, noticed a big increase in remperature between 6 and 8pm tonight.

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That was close. Aircraft came out of Gatwick over our house which they never usually do. I sat here watching it barely taking off and being thrown from side to side. I do hope they stop flying soon Posted Image

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Fully expecting to lose power here soon. Lights are strobing! I just stood at the back door and it's incredible! So mild and a constant roar with sirens going off and the sounds of things crashing, glass breaking. Judging by sound alone this beastie is on par with st Jude's storm.

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Getting really blowy here in E17 now, some gusts rumbling the house! Just praying my beehives are ok!

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Blimey, often see the Marco Polo over at Tilbury, it's a big old cruise ship! Wouldn't want to be in the channel tonight!

Why were they still at sea gale force 12 forecast,should have been sheltering up somewhere

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http://www.xcweather.co.uk/  not yet its not

Depends on where those weather stations are, I'm at the top of a hill and about half an hour ago had a gust which must have topped 60mph and the average wind is really building now it's becoming more constant. The way this is building and building reminds me of October 2000 let's hope 2am dosn't get that frightening otherwise I'm going to start looking for some clean underwear!
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Blimey, often see the Marco Polo over at Tilbury, it's a big old cruise ship! Wouldn't want to be in the channel tonight!

 

 

I can't believe they were actually out there and not safe in harbour. That is criminal in my view. We have gusts of hurricane force already on land, it must be horrendous in the Channel!!!

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