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could be problems  soon that rain looking  very heavy  heading  east  all ready flash flooding  in parts  of Norfolk  to-night

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It's listening to the rain falling at night that is relaxing! I have all my windows open! Is that rain on the radar heading towards you or the SE in general? We're supposed to have a cold snowy winter this year, lots of beer drinking to come! :laugh:

Looking forward to that... okay i think we have some quite severe rain thats gonna cover whole of s/e... wind is getting uand rain is thrashing down now ...=-O
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Chucking it down and more to come by the looks of it. Think there will be flooding!

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Beautiful right now. Been raining but calmed a bit now but it's so much cooler tonight for a change.

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Looking forward to that... okay i think we have some quite severe rain thats gonna cover whole of s/e... wind is getting uand rain is thrashing down now ...=-O

Okay ! Thanks Loopydreamer, although I don't think flooding will be an issue here in Nw london, looks like the real heavy stuff is with you and the more eastern side of the region!

 

Flip that's one big zone of rain for the SE...Oops wrong thread?Evening and goodnight.

We are hogging all the rain tonight lol!

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Loving this rain, sounds great against the window

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Loving this rain, sounds great against the window

Yep... its sooo nice. I think im going to nod of in a min... feelin' sleepy now :)
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Well I have just walked back from the wife's house and it is raining elephants is unbelievable been like this for about half hour non stop

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Has anyone else had a temperature rise?

Temperature rise? o_O I dont know ...
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Temperature rise? o_O I dont know ...

LOL! Not personally! :-) It was 16.1c now it's 16.6c, in the heavier rain! :cc_confused:

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I hope it carries on so I cam fall asleep to it.

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Had 19mm of rainfall from this band so far, up to midnight

My god ... thats alot of rain. I wonder how much has fallen in Medway so far?

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Wow so much rain here and the wind is picking up too!

 

The beeb/met office had made nothing of this, this morning (Buffoons!)

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Had 19mm of rainfall from this band so far, up to midnight

Had 10mm here! Temps going down again! :clapping: 16.1c

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http://forum.netweather.tv/topic/80662-south-east-england-east-anglia-central-southern-england-regional-weather-chat/?p=3020078

 

Don't let the mods see you say that, they'll give you one of those cool warning points :p

:whistling:  :whistling:  :whistling:

 

It seems that for Sunday the BBC are saying just blustery with rain being the main feature, others on this forum saying otherwise.... So basically no one knows Posted Image 

Also I have family who are flying in Sunday evening to Gatwick, what do the reckon the winds will be like here on Sunday???

Thanks in advance for the help Posted Image

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Probably best to check the weather messages on this forum saturday night, Nowcast is a better situation :D

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Probably best to check the weather messages on this forum saturday night, Nowcast is a better situation :D

Ah okay thanks. What's the general idea on the potential winds though, am I right in thinking on the currently most likely track 20-25 mph with 35-40 gusts, or am I completely wrong  :rofl:

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:whistling:  :whistling:  :whistling:

It seems that for Sunday the BBC are saying just blustery with rain being the main feature, others on this forum saying otherwise.... So basically no one knows Posted Image 

Also I have family who are flying in Sunday evening to Gatwick, what do the reckon the winds will be like here on Sunday???

Thanks in advance for the help Posted Image

Hopefully Bertha ends up in  France, instead of here!

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We're still bashing the old meto/beeb over here are we? I'd hoped you'd all managed to grow up! :p wishful thinking eh?

Meanwhile... Very wet out there, lots of surface flooding in the way back from Hatfield.

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We're still bashing the old meto/beeb over here are we? I'd hoped you'd all managed to grow up! :p wishful thinking eh? 

 

I didn't know that being negative towards the met/beeb was indicative of age  :fool:

 

Anyway going to bed now with the window open  :cold:  :good:

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No, no, of course it isnt :p

Must have missed all posts we get on here when they're both correct though! xD

Couple of hours max before the back clears through the west of the region.

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Just heard the sound of police sirens, lots of police cars at the bottom of our road and I can make out a car off road... Weather related perhaps

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