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We are heading out of here now to Italy.

Pigeon has an underground shelter in Flourence.

Phew...
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Never got to Southampton to see Alexei Sayle. Didn't want to risk the A31 through the open area of the New Forest. Can be a bit nasty at the best of times!!!

Our garden now has around 1" of rain sitting on it, high tide is due in around 1am and it's a tad windy. Bugger, I can imagine a phone call from the Env. Agency at Midnight again!!!

Oh well :roll: :grin:
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It's only a bit windy and rainy!!!!!!!!
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"Well it hasn't rained a bit has it"
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Alexinblack wrote:"Well it hasn't rained a bit has it"
Wanker!!!!! :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

Good Morning Alexinblack :smt006

We had upturned fully laden BIG blue recycle bins in our Mews (Cos we is posh, innit) and at 5.45am we saw a large black bin being tumbled along at about 20MPH down our main road.

So, all in all it was like being in the Yorkshire Dales trying to cycle really!!! Ahh the good old days :grin:
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I make that 6 trees now that have blown over darn sarf.

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Hammersmith1982 wrote:Never got to Southampton to see Alexei Sayle. Didn't want to risk the A31 through the open area of the New Forest. Can be a bit nasty at the best of times!!!
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Not much of a storm in Essex but the trains still aren't running.
I wasn't going anywhere anyway. And my wife had booked the day off just in case.

30,000 people apparently without power.
But I don't know any of them.

Death toll is a total of two with a few more injuries and hospitalizations reported.
Nobody I knew thankfully.

A few hundred trees down.
In 1987 it was 15,000,000.

If there was ever an apocalypse I reckon it would pass us by un-noticed.
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Nothing here in grove park. Infact its quite a nice sunny day.
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Thing I don't get is that the rail networks all threw the towel in yesterday before the storm even hit. Surely they should at least give it a feckin go and see what it's like on the day. I reckon they could've had a few up and running no probs today.

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Rockula wrote:Not much of a storm in Essex but the trains still aren't running.
I wasn't going anywhere anyway. And my wife had booked the day off just in case.

30,000 people apparently without power.
But I don't know any of them.

Death toll is a total of two with a few more injuries and hospitalizations reported.
Nobody I knew thankfully.

A few hundred trees down.
In 1987 it was 15,000,000.

If there was ever an apocalypse I reckon it would pass us by un-noticed.
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ThruBeingCool wrote:
Hammersmith1982 wrote:Never got to Southampton to see Alexei Sayle. Didn't want to risk the A31 through the open area of the New Forest. Can be a bit nasty at the best of times!!!
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I've missed your made up stories Nick!
Good to see that you're still a dickhead too :wink: :wink:
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This thread is supposed to be about the Weather, not you two lobbing endless loads of nuclear contaminated manure at each other.

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