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Keep well clear of it Matty, things change real fast as Elland Bridge saw back in 2015?

You just don't know what is flowing down that torrent and about to [email protected] the bridge?

I'm 200 miles away looking at the webcam.?

If it [email protected] me from here we are in serious trouble....

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So what idiocy will we see today. Shorts and Tshirted hikers rescued from Snowdon. People being washed into the sea in Newquay whilst taking selfies.....with a dozen surfers in the backgroun

One hell of an atmospheric river of moisture upstream across the Atlantic all the way from Bahamas   Looks ominous and indeed models are indicating another wave of heavy rain to move in toni

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2 minutes ago, pyrotech said:

What cam site is that?

 

Farsons digital , its mounted on the car wash next to the BP garage.

This is the normal view from google maps.

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Down to 922 mb in the centre of the low

Anyone got data on previous min pressures from Atlantic lows?

I do not like the rainfall Radar a.t.m.......add in the orographic enhancement to the signals we are seeing and I can see why there's so much activity here through the day?

I reckon I'm pulling a late one tonight......and it's not even a Hurricane making landfall!.......though that central pressure would eclipse many of the ones I've watched home....

Keep safe Folks!

 

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1 minute ago, Gray-Wolf said:

Down to 922 mb in the centre of the low

Anyone got data on previous min pressures from Atlantic lows?

I do not like the rainfall Radar a.t.m.......add in the orographic enhancement to the signals we are seeing and I can see why there's so much activity here through the day?

I reckon I'm pulling a late one tonight......and it's not even a Hurricane making landfall!.......though that central pressure would eclipse many of the ones I've watched home....

Keep safe Folks!

 

913mb i believe is record

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7 minutes ago, Gray-Wolf said:

Down to 922 mb in the centre of the low

Anyone got data on previous min pressures from Atlantic lows?

I do not like the rainfall Radar a.t.m.......add in the orographic enhancement to the signals we are seeing and I can see why there's so much activity here through the day?

I reckon I'm pulling a late one tonight......and it's not even a Hurricane making landfall!.......though that central pressure would eclipse many of the ones I've watched home....

Keep safe Folks!

 

Looks like its going to hit cumbria

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14 minutes ago, pyrotech said:

913mb i believe is record

Thanks for that Pyro! a good 10 mb 'wriggle room' before it gets extra special then?

Well round 2 is just arriving in Mytholmroyd and it don't look good!

Will keep you updated.

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1 minute ago, Biggin said:

SE getting some relief from the rain, which surprises me a bit.

I'm surprised as well. I'm no expert with radars but I think for us here in Hastings we're going to have a relatively peaceful night ! 

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It appears that ,on the MetO rainfall radar, the 'oranges' turn to deep orange when they hit our hills?

Like the uplift of that 2,000 ft is squeezing every last drop of moisture out of the airmass?

Not good.....

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3 minutes ago, Gray-Wolf said:

It appears that ,on the MetO rainfall radar, the 'oranges' turn to deep orange when they hit our hills?

Like the uplift of that 2,000 ft is squeezing every last drop of moisture out of the airmass?

Not good.....

I thought cumbria might escape this band not looking likely now

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5 minutes ago, Gray-Wolf said:

It appears that ,on the MetO rainfall radar, the 'oranges' turn to deep orange when they hit our hills?

Like the uplift of that 2,000 ft is squeezing every last drop of moisture out of the airmass?

Not good.....

Yep this was always an orographic lift event, that's why they were so presise with the Amber's. 

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Just had another small and fast squall line come through, not much in the way of wind, but very intense rainfall, quickly flooded the road outside in less than a min.

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