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The wind at Capel Curig is down to 91mph from 94mph the worst of the winds will move east by early afternoon before clear the far east by early evening

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A troop of fire engines, police and ambulances have just gone past here... cannot be a good sign!

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Flintshire Bridge closing now. All rail lines on The Wirral are now closed by fallen trees.

 

Pete

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Max gust so far here is 57 mph as the squall line moved through earlier/. After a relatively calm period winds now picking up 28mph constant, gusting 48/50 mph. Nowhere near as bad as what you guys have, but hey some numpty has decided to fell a tree across the road and we've a few hours til we get peak winds!

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Weird it's a lot calmer here now. Maybe I'm just more sheltered now the wind is veering. 

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Just now, Chris.R said:

Weird it's a lot calmer here now. Maybe I'm just more sheltered now the wind is veering. 

getting worse here now somehow.

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3 hours ago, Reedy said:

Raining here in buxton 

Hello and welcome , how is it now?

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Be careful out there a Londoner not too long ago was killed by a fallen tree only 50mph gusts too. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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More flakes than rain here now.... my near neighbour has lost a few roof slates..... 

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Twitter trend on #StormDoris showing a few areas of Liverpool city-center in a mess with tarpaulin, construction site equipment, and debris littering across roads and pavements.

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Severe gales 2 branches come off one big one in the garden now that's a first,dangerous out there.

Top of a tree snapped off,major league gusts this morning.but not as severe as 3 years ago yet.

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I asked this question last night but it may have a different answer now..

what time will the main winds for my area come through? And how long will they last? Already getting the gusts opening the mailbox up and two have rattled the windows already

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So the first sound of strengthening wind here in Westminster. Reckon St James' Park might lose a good few branches this afternoon.

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7 minutes ago, Delka said:

I asked this question last night but it may have a different answer now..

what time will the main winds for my area come through? And how long will they last? Already getting the gusts opening the mailbox up and two have rattled the windows already

Between 14-1500 and not long

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Major delays on the west coast main line due to flooding north of Carlisle

Flooding also on the east coast main line between Edinburgh and Berwick

 

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5 minutes ago, Darren Bown said:

Howling here, and suspect our worst is still a few hours away?

This is peak for you including lunchtime

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Dartford Crossing now closed. SE/Kent must be starting to feel strengthening gusts

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2 minutes ago, knocker said:

Between 14-1500 and not long

What speed will they peak at? Met are going for on the local forecast 67mph gusts this afternoon, 50mph gusts from midday to six while my other weather apps keep it peaking at 50mph gusts.. I can safely say we probably have already peaked above that in the odd gust though

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1 minute ago, Delka said:

What speed will they peak at? Met are going for on the local forecast 67mph gusts this afternoon, 50mph gusts from midday to six while my other weather apps keep it peaking at 50mph gusts.. I can safely say we probably have already peaked above that in the odd gust though

Well I would never disagree with the Met. :)

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Just now, knocker said:

Well I would never disagree with the Met. :)

Better go into hiding then.. last time we had gusts that strong the tiles flew off our roof!

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