- Anyone else watching tomorrow's forecasts
A mate has just landed at Manchester Airport and said it was absolutely terrifying? The pilot aborted the landing as they were nearly on the ground, took it round again and put it down to a round of applause from all aboard
😯Posted 3 years ago
Sounds like the barn roof is going to blow off here in the sunny south Cotswolds. Trees are yawing and the wind is roaring through the branches. Chilly wind but still dry.Posted 3 years ago
Those pilots are earning their pay today.Posted 3 years ago
Currently sitting at the top of our office block (tallest building in the town) watching the water slopping back & forth in my bottle and regularly feeling my seat & desk moving. 🙂Posted 3 years ago
We have bins down in East Anglia…I repeat…BINS DOWN!Posted 3 years ago
I would say its pretty bloody windy here in Liverpool, quite a bit of our office roof is now on top of 2 of our flour tankers, our scaffold tower has blown into the sprinkler reservoir and there are several sections of cladding peeling away from to warehouse canopy.Posted 3 years ago
We have also closed our side wheat intake as the tippers were swaying badly when only 1/4 way up.
Actually seems kind of nice here now – blue sky and sun. Going for a ride, wish me luck!Posted 3 years ago
We have bins down in East Anglia…I repeat…BINS DOWN!
I’ve phoned 999, Fenland rescue are on their way….Posted 3 years ago
It’s been a nice sunny morning here in Saltburn, I think we’re in Doris’s eye. Should get lively a bit later, think I’ll go for a ride on the cliffs.Posted 3 years ago
Really quite windy in the Bleak Peak. Sleety snow above about 1000 feet and the novel sensation of changing down and pedalling hard just to keep going downhill. What’s that about??Posted 3 years ago
We have bins down in East Anglia…I repeat…BINS DOWN!
There was one down in Leeds this morning as well, although that could have just been due to area I was passing through!!Posted 3 years ago
Currently at CentreParcs, Elveden. The trees are a blowing and the forecast says winds up to 62mph!Posted 3 years ago
The lad’s been looking forward to the mini boats for weeks, we’ve just had a call to say it’s been cancelled 🙁
Slates off roofs, cars damaged, all sorts of debris in the road.Posted 3 years ago
When´s the storm expected to hit?
I’m in an extending lunch break due to having a driving test cancelled. Trees down, bins flying, debris on roads, traffic signals out.
Might stay off all day…..Posted 3 years ago
Just over 9 miles pootling with due care and attention around the block complete. It was not too bad for most of it, but now there’s random stronger gusts, so headed back indoors feeling a little more with it than earlier!Posted 3 years ago
Oh dear, hire van, galvanised steel palisade gate interface due to wind!Posted 3 years ago
Just boarded the Cairnryan Belfast ferry, think I’ll skip lunch.Posted 3 years ago
Contemplating my plans for leaving the car here and riding home tonight and back in tomorrow. 18 miles each way, might just book a spin class tonight instead… though rules 5 and 9 are calling.Posted 3 years ago
Power cables down here, not lost any power though 🙂Posted 3 years ago
That BBC Breaking News button is going to take one hell of a beating.Posted 3 years ago
We have Internet, phone, TV down where I live. Just wondering what level of outrage is appropriate towards virgin? On the one day the met office is advising us oldies to stay indoors I can’t watch Judge Judy and Murder She Wrote!Posted 3 years ago
Windy ride around the New Forest in the CXer, the headwind back to the car after 4 hours ride was shite.Posted 3 years ago
We’ve had, in the last hour or so, gusts of 50knts..
That’s breezy, makes my gurning effort on the bike seem reasonable..Posted 3 years ago
been maxing out at about 70 mph here, the house is creaking a lot 😯
neighbours fence has just gone!Posted 3 years agoTeam Hurtmore wrote:
Jam bo – were you watching CH4 news last night too?!?
No. long term weather nerd.Posted 3 years ago
Big tree down up our road, so the roads closed.
Just thought I’d post this up, as it made me laugh, and it was filmed up Latrigg in the Lakes, and we were up on the top of there on the same day, clinging on. It was a bit blustery..
[video]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jr26sp6d3pk[/video]Posted 3 years ago
Trains from Birmingham all messed up, I’m back in the office till I can get a lift home.Posted 3 years ago
Well I’m now stuck overnight in London.
Took an extra 2 hrs to get down this morning from Sheffield, via Cambridge. I could have turned back at Leics, but decided to be good and fight my way in to the office.
No East Mids trains back (cables down), no East Coast Trains (at least they’re not taking EMT tickets as they’ve got enough of their own problems) and there’s one chance of me getting home via Birmingham, which only has a tiny margin for error and leaves me stuck in Brum if it goes even vaguely wrong.
Arseholes. Bollocksing arseholes. 🙁Posted 3 years ago
Teachers at my lads school were kept behind as a big tree came down blocking their car park! A few other roads blocked round here.Posted 3 years ago
jam bo – Member
No. long term weather nerd.
Impressive knowledge – the guy made a good explanation at the end of the news last night, new terminology for me!
Quite a lot of road debris but wonderful post lunch walk in bracing winds and sun this afternoon. Not much Doris to be seen.Posted 3 years ago
All rather underwhelming in the end, ride home from work was a bit windy, but nothing special….Posted 3 years ago
wot no snow.. just a bit gusty. I’ve had headaches that have lasted longerPosted 3 years ago
Yeah, took me a while to get out on my ride, and I was too late (that and my fitness isn’t up to chasing Strava KOMs without a huge tailwind). Not even as much tailwind as when I first took the KOM I was chasing. Though the upwind bits were probably more pleasant than they might have been an hour or so earlier and it got me out on my bike, so can’t all be bad.Posted 3 years ago
One lucky driving instructor who spotted a tree coming down with just enough time to stop, and one unhappy VW Golf owner whose pride and joy was practically cut in two by a large tree blowing over, fortunately parked and empty.Posted 3 years ago
Driving along the M4 between 6 and 7am this morning was a bit exciting at times, passing the big trucks it was like having a fire hose pointed at the screen, could barely see anything at all with the amount of spray and crosswind.
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