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Right guys and girls I'm off to bed ,it's really loud and constant out there,I hope you all stay safe and don't have much damage by the morning.I might pop back on here once in bed but if not stay safe x

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According to the Reigate Grammar School weather station we are 4mph off the strongest gusts of 24/12/13, at 47mph. This feels like more sustained wind though, house creaking much more. Girl cat and I are cuddled on sofa, she is blissed out with her catnip, I have gin. Boy cat is attempting to get out through the locked cat flap, I believe he is a cat with very little brain.

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Ok scary my bedroom windows which are double glazed are rumbling and creaking now and thought I just heard a tree crashing over in the road behind us, the peak will be around midnight to 2am I reckon.

Cheers, I may stay up for a few hours more then....plenty of like minded peeps on here tonight! :-)
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Crazy wind here. Hoolie plus some. Garden chairs blown over, fence at risk, sounds like the winds from my nights in mountain refuges in the Alps long ago when I pretended to be intrepid. Tenzing Norgay described the wind on Everest as the 1952 team headed towards the summit as the 'roar of a thousand tigers'. Despite being 28550 feet below the summit of Everest I can understand his point....

Hope all are ok out there

AS

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I was going off of the "gallery" images. It's too dark to see whether it's sand or pebble but I assume this is the same camera we're watching live

 

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It's all mostly shingle. That's the hissing noise are the waves recede down the beach. I know because I used to wind surf there and at Selsey. The only place which is sandy is West Wittering at low tide.

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this is really scary right on the coast...just lost the double glazing on my balcony windows...the noise damn near gave me a heart attack. now just have one sheet of plate glass for a wall...on a south facing clifftop...lol...the joys of living by the sea!

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