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South West and Central Southern England Regional Weather Discussion 09/12/2017 onwards


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54 minutes ago, lettice said:

Really like your Cucumlus graphs and gauges, so much better than my old Weather Display ones. 
Must look at upgrading to those this year at some point for quick views when grabbing all or any devices.

 

If you need any help, or you want to use them, gimme a shout when you're ready to upgrade. :)

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27 minutes ago, Dorsetbred said:

Right so pressure is beginning to drop now @ 2mb/hr, wind is winding up, here we go.....Wind is up to 22knots over the harbour

Yep!

Pressure falling quickly now. Winds are picking up, 15mph average at the moment. Hoping for a record. ;)

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9 minutes ago, Mapantz said:

Yep!

Pressure falling quickly now. Winds are picking up, 15mph average at the moment. Hoping for a record. ;)

Yeah, I just watched yours hit a gust of 20mph, so we are off...

69mph gust @ GWENNAP HEAD, Cornwall

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14 minutes ago, karlos1983 said:

Think ill be heading out tonight! High tide around 9:30pm, handheld will be with me! 

Another couple of hours at this rate and you'll be rockin. 71mph in Cornwall, pressure still dropping with 37mph avg and 45mph gusts in Weymouth and now an avg 35mph in the harbour

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I’m not getting excited about any model output at the moment, been down this road before.

stay safe out there it’s a little bit windy out

 

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Not as windy as I thought it would be, by now. I'm just getting the odd strong gust, nothing consistent- quite a way down on the forecasted speeds at the moment.

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Summer style rain moving through here. Absolutely torrential, squally winds sending it in sheets, and overflowing gutters.

Gotta get at least 10 minutes of interest from this Atlantic non-weather.

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16 minutes ago, Mapantz said:

Check the development of that in 10 mins! Running in to an area of strong PVA.

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Yes, PVA (had to look that up) I was out in it putting out the recycling and sideways rain with insane gusts here in Weston S Mare. Suffice to say most of the other houses recycling is in the street...

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Just now, Mr Clark said:

Yes, PVA (had to look that up) I was out in it putting out the recycling and sideways rain with insane gusts here in Weston S Mare. Suffice to say most of the other houses recycling is in the street...

I'll be surprised if I don't break my 50mph record when that makes it here. 

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Pressure beginning to rise in Cornwall, with a peak speed of 80mph @ GWENNAP HEAD, now dropping. Meanwhile here the bins are still standing in the street, so it might take the squall line to flatten them, give it time. Steady 43mph in Weymouth and 40mph in the harbour...

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