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Dunstable got a good snow cover but melted in the afternoon. Hills around the area did ok. I drove to the highest point in the Chiltrens to have my snow fix. Some photos from Wendover Wood this mornin

Shower cloud lit up nicely by the low sun earlier this evening north of Heathrow where I work.

Nice bit of snow here this morning, so that means it won’t go down as one of the worst winters I can remember but only by the skin of its teeth . Photos below ?

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35 minutes ago, Mabel said:

Hello everyone!

Today seems like a good day to join a weather forum. It is already very, very windy here, I'd already lost two roof slates and an old fence panel by 07.30hrs, not looking forward to the rest of the day. I'm near Wisbech, North Cambs.

 

Welcome. 
 

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16 minutes ago, Surrey said:

Left and the back unless stated in your deeds.. 

Concrete post on my fence snapped at the base just a second ago really strong winds now 

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Not necessarily right but deeds should show responsibility.  Boundary disputes can be a nightmare. For example if the owner of the fence doesn’t repair it and you put up a replacement. Some times that is the only option with an uncooperative neighbour. 
 

General rule with a close boarded fence is you drive the nails into your property. But who wants look at the backside of a fence if you have paid for it?  Of course with woven panels there is no back and front. 

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Morning all.

Yes, a really lively overnight period, with wheelie bins being tossed about and our door knocker banging.

I'm pleased to announce that the Member from outside our Region, took up local Meteorologist Ian Currie's amazing offer and for his £15, received the following publications:

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                               image.thumb.png.1ee73cfae2cfefc28ad0755e223bd633.png     The true value of all these, would be £30+.

This offer is also open to S.E.Regional Members and if you'd like to replace the Hants Book with a copy of the Kent book: 

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The County Weather Book series, are now out of print but Ian may be able to get hold of a copy of the Surrey, version.

If you'd be interested in this amazing offer, please PM me.

I want to reiterate, there is no financial benefit for myself. I class Mr. Currie as a good friend.

Having read all of the above publications, I also feel they are an absolute "must read" for those who want to learn about our Region's, notable historical Weather events,

It was stumbling across the Kent County Weather Book, in my local W.H. Smith's in Bromley, that furthered my interest in Meteorology, back in the 1990's.

Regards,

Tom.   :hi: 

 

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Took other half to work a short while ago and drive around the cliffs to look at the sea on the way - not to crashy yet but high tide was an hour away at the time.

Anemometer recorded a gust of 48mph so some strengthening yet to happen.

 

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Some strong gusts rattling through on and off for the past few hours, with that roar around the house making itself felt every now and then. One fence panel chopped in half so far and a bin over, dog not looking that keen on going out. Waiting to see if that squall line that was posted in the storm thread comes to anything later on - as Chiono commented, that could be nasty.

Husband is hoping his flight takes off this afternoon from Cyprus - the incoming flight from Heathrow took off at 7.30 this morning so he's just waiting to see if it takes off on time for the return journey from Larnaca. Looks like the worst of the winds may have gone through by its planned arrival time in London this afternoon around 6pm.

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There are trees down in the town blocking the main road. Just charging my phones etc in case of a power cut later on. Finger crossed my chimney and shed roof stays put.

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Does anyone know roughly what time the winds are supposed to be at their worst?? It’s rough here but I think I was expecting worse. Our house has very good double glazing which is helping I think I keep seeing people walk along the the harbour bank being blown backwards. Does anyone have any wind speeds for the se coast I can’t find any. 

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3 minutes ago, DonnaThw said:

Does anyone know roughly what time the winds are supposed to be at their worst?? It’s rough here but I think I was expecting worse. Our house has very good double glazing which is helping I think I keep seeing people walk along the the harbour bank being blown backwards. Does anyone have any wind speeds for the se coast I can’t find any. 

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