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South East and East Anglia Weather Discussion Sept 2019 onwards

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9 minutes ago, stainesbloke said:

Back in the UK for a few days, to the usual wind and rain. Joyous 🤣 Think I got in before the winds get bad. Quite a few cancelled flights at Heathrow, already

Staines Bloke you arent here permanently feel our pain please!!!!!

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3 minutes ago, Jimmyh said:

Staines Bloke you arent here permanently feel our pain please!!!!!

Haha! True, sorry mate. Would be nice to come back to sunshine for once lol

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I suppose one advantage of this exceptionally mild weather is no need to have the heating on while working from home this last few days!! 🙂

Getting very lively outdoors now. More heavy rain incoming. 

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35 minutes ago, Wimbledon88 said:

I suppose one advantage of this exceptionally mild weather is no need to have the heating on while working from home this last few days!! 🙂

Getting very lively outdoors now. More heavy rain incoming. 

My tropical climate idea is gaining real momentum lol! We knew it was always Costa del South but we really are taking on a more tropical climate.. Well until the next cold spell lol!! 

Certainly getting more and more windy.. I wonder if somewhere inland will get above 60mph or close to it.. 

Usually around  Box Hill...

Certainly looks like another very lively squall line could come through at some point in the night! 

 

Batten down those hatches it's gonna be a stormy evening! 

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MetO got caught off guard with their non weather warnings for the SE yesterday. Seven planes had to be diverted which were scheduled to land at Gatwick Airport due to the gales

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Jeeze the winds have seriously picked up here all of a sudden. Just after I was driving home thinking that the forecasters had overhyped the severity of it !!

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9 minutes ago, Hurricane Debby said:

Jeeze the winds have seriously picked up here all of a sudden. Just after I was driving home thinking that the forecasters had overhyped the severity of it !!

Wind gusts will now start to peak. Approx max peak 58 - 65 mph around coastal areas & inland 50 - 60 mph @ 18:00 hrs +/-

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Currently walking along Bexhill Seafront on my way home from work- Very blowy as you can imagine! Gusts are probably around 50mph at the moment. I took some photos & video early this afternoon.

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Southend Seafront is pretty bad here couple of restrung and such closed due to the flooding.  Been a while since I’ve seen it this bad. 

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The winds sure seems to have gotten angry all of a sudden, hearing a lot of wood, plastic and metal noises outside.

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It is the same over here in South Ockendon, the wind is noisy and I have heard a few bangs as though heavy items have fallen down. The winds are blowing a  hooley outside, the rain is lashing down.

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Wind gusts of 63 mph striking Southampton right now

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Has anyone NOT spent the day looking like a drowned rat whose been dragged backwards through a hedge?

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Very windy so far but not quite widespread 60mph gusts (..yet!!). Similar to yesterday evening in North London, although the duration is going to be much longer this time!

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33 minutes ago, Lauren said:

Has anyone NOT spent the day looking like a drowned rat whose been dragged backwards through a hedge?

me. No rain this morning, nothing when i went out to pick bubs from dance and I have eternal hat hair this time of year.

Hope you are feeling better btw!

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Certainly getting lively.. 

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not a good night geting arouned  ipswich  on the loca;l radio what should be a 20   min drive!!!  with   the14 bridge shut on the a 14 it taking people 2 hours to get  via the  town!!

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Probs high end 40s here, met office says strongest winds from around 8pm 

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Several trees down round here already and bins all over the place! When is the peak of the winds expected? It's so noisy!

Oh how I long for snow, or even just still, frosty days! Not looking hopeful but we can dream! Am so fed up with mud and rain, hate my job with winters like this. >sigh<

 

 

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Now THAT was the strongest gust of the evening... Real howling noise!

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Insane scenes in Slough. Looks like many people could've been injured/killed if they were hit by that roof. Very lucky!! 😱

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Omg!! That's just down the road from me!!! 

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