How wet where you are?

Home Forum Chat Forum How wet where you are?

Viewing 34 posts - 1 through 34 (of 34 total)
  • How wet where you are?
  • Premier Icon Trekster
    Subscriber

    ABOUT 1 HOUR AGO
    Adverse weather update

    There is currently widespread surface water flooding in Dumfries and Galloway.
    Reports of river flooding/ water course flooding are starting to come in.
    River Cree remains a concern as water levels rise 500mm in last hour in Newton Stewart.
    Scottish Power are adjusting water levels on the Galloway Hydro scheme and advise that there will be impacts to roads in the Loch Ken/ New Galloway area
    Power has been restored in Lochans and Leswalt villages
    Leswalt primary school opening following restoration of power.
    Scottish Government briefed by SEPA and Met Office that Dumfries and Galloway remain their main area of concern.

    Good job I have no plans to go biking this weekend!

    Been pretty bad round Glos/Brizzle where I’m staying/working

    Premier Icon binners
    Subscriber

    Probably the driest its been for ages in’t north west. This is because I’m riding in the Cotswolds at the weekend. If I was staying here it’d be biblical rain, guaranteed. Obviously it’s heaving down, down there 🙄

    nbt
    Member

    Windy but bone dry in East Manchester

    Premier Icon matt_outandabout
    Subscriber

    *heads to get canoe out for weekend*
    The Minnoch (Dumfries and Galloway)

    Yet the Cree is below what it was earlier this week as yet – and our chaps ‘on the ground’ at Loch Ken today are suggesting it is not as wet as Monday…

    Premier Icon wwaswas
    Subscriber

    Blueish sky in Hove.

    davidjones15
    Member

    Probably the driest its been for ages in’t north west.

    Patience dear boy, patience.

    Premier Icon matt_outandabout
    Subscriber

    Probably the driest its been for ages in’t north west.

    The weather man, not your love life.

    Premier Icon Pook
    Subscriber

    I’m in my focus sitting in a car park. There’s a bottle of water that’s leaking a bit but it’s quite dry really.

    Premier Icon ahwiles
    Subscriber

    sheffield: itser bit breezy, but not bad.

    listening to the radio you’d think the mayans were onto something.

    neninja
    Member

    A bit of light rain here in Co Durham but incredibly windy

    Premier Icon zippykona
    Subscriber

    No rain today but yesterday it was properly effing mental.
    Ps in epsom.

    South Gloucestershire only slightly damp today, the epic rain forecast didn’t happen (or has not got here yet).

    Ground is totally saturated, rivers very high.

    So today’s summary moist above the ground, seriously wet on the ground.

    MrNutt
    Member

    part of the Grand Union Canal washed away just down the road from me yesterday, and its not stopped raining since.

    Premier Icon Drac
    Subscriber

    Just a bit of heavy rain and wind in Northumberland. Not a pleasant night but it’s winter so you expect it to be wet.

    twosheds
    Member

    lashing it down in Wigton / Cockermouth area. A595 awash!

    grum
    Member

    Probably the driest its been for ages in’t north west.

    Not here its not. Biblical. 🙁

    xiphon
    Member

    *looks outside the office window*

    Yep, it’s raining. As usual in Blackburn.

    mcmoonter
    Member

    I live on top of a hill in Fife and there is a constant stream of water running down the drive and the fields are flooded.

    Premier Icon wallop
    Subscriber

    Otter’s pocket.

    Premier Icon Stoner
    Subscriber

    go away binners, its bloody sodden down here already. We dont need your mojo.

    Some roads flooded but receded a bit yesterday evening/today, but it’s lashing it down again. I might head over to the coppice tomorrow to see how flooded it is and whether my wood has floated away…

    btw as at 17:29 that streak of blue denoting biblical rain is bang on top
    http://www.raintoday.co.uk/

    TimP
    Member

    wwaswas – worth going out tonight to Stanmer? not been out for a few weeks so no idea what it is like!

    Premier Icon darrell
    Subscriber

    quite wet here, even by Norwegian standards 🙁

    OK revision for South Gloucestershire.

    The rain forecasted has just hit, it’s like someone drumming on the windows and the trees appear to be going sideways !

    glupton1976
    Member

    Glencoe had an inch of rain yesterday.

    nacho
    Member

    East Devon here. Several local villages flooded and roads closed yesterday. Yesterday morning was the closest the water flowing down our road has come to flooding the garden I have seen since we moved here seven years ago. Been dryish today so waters have receded but it is now proper lashing down. Not sure about tomorrows ride now!

    wrightyson
    Member

    Derbyshire and it’s lagging down! 45degree style for the last hr!!
    Two of the lads have still gone out as planned tonight!! Fook that!

    bikebouy
    Member

    South coast, dry as and windy, been windsurfing!!!

    enduro-aid
    Member

    Glasgow and Lanarkshire was blooming biblical for rain and flooding today, got to the office and had to strip down to my boxers and hang everything over the radiators!!

    cranberry
    Member

    nice and dry and sunny here in Den Haag.

    Britain goes into panic mode when anything marginally unusual/exciting happens lol. It’s kind of tragic really. The czechs polish and russians must think it’s hilarious. We’ll probably have a water shortage tomorrow too.

    noteeth
    Member

    Brizzle – a port in a storm.

    andysredmini
    Member

    Wettest commute home I have had in 4 years in the West Midlands.
    Still fun though.

Viewing 34 posts - 1 through 34 (of 34 total)

The topic ‘How wet where you are?’ is closed to new replies.