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Storm Doris - Atlantic Storm 4

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1 hour ago, Spikecollie said:

The woman who died in Wolverhampton was only 29. RIP, poor lass...

http://www.bbc.com/news/live/uk-39068972

40,000 without power in East Anglia, 12,000 in Suffolk. Doris hit very far south...

 

Yes spike happened right opposite my office  makes you realise just how dangerous storms can be 

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WOW!! What a day!!
Eleven trees down here!! :shok:
Still plenty of fresh firewood, so in that sense, thank you Doris :good:

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The storm was a bad one and hit at a bad time when people were out and about. Just think, we had these non stop during the winter of 2013/2014, what a horrible winter that was.

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This was Doris up on the Peak District. Here I was hiding behind the car as it was so strong: https://youtu.be/80y2xdyhP0w

This was a badly front faced video which I struggled to shoot due to the wind blowing my phone and me around but you get a better idea of the noise/wind speed: https://youtu.be/A9UOw0v9leg

And one more: https://youtu.be/GSs4ab3qZvs

 

 

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Survived the storm with the only damage being to my garage roof, however for some reason we lost power at 21:30 and it didn't come back on until 02:15. I'm guessing it was some sort of knock on effect from the storm.

 

Pete

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Pretty pleased with the snow that I got from Doris, about 8-10cm in the end! Took this picture before I left for school, walking was bloody difficult! 

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On 24/02/2017 at 13:29, Summer Sun said:

RIP :(

 

The one I have hated the most, of all uk met named storms, affected my area the most, was 23rd Feb 2017

 

 

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