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UK WEATHER ALLERT!!!

 
Luisport

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UK WEATHER ALLERT!!!
Storm Forecast
Valid: Sat 22 Dec 2012 06:00 to Sun 23 Dec 2012 06:00 UTC
Issued: Fri 21 Dec 2012 18:16
Forecaster: DAHL
A level 1 was issued across Ireland mainly for severe straight-line wind gusts.

SYNOPSIS

The dominant features in the surface analyses are an extensive, cold high-pressure area covering the eastern half of the forecast area, and a large surface low over the eastern Atlantic, which is making slow eastward progress. At upper levels a northwesterly jet is stretching from western Europe into the Mediterranean. A series of short-wave troughs is embedded in this jet, which will become unstable, leading to the development of a pronounced upper trough/low over the northern Ionian Sea by Saturday morning. While digging southeastward into the southern/easten Mediterranean, this upper trough is expected to continue amplifying through the period. At the low levels, this development will be accompanied by cyclogenesis, which will be the main focus for convective development on during this forecast period.

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Flash Flood in United Kingdom on Thursday, 20 December, 2012 at 11:30 (11:30 AM) UTC.

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Two people have been rescued from their car and trains have been cancelled after torrential rain. The car was submerged in Hampshire after up to 40mm of rain swept in. Trains between Liskeard and Looe in Cornwall and between Bournemouth and Brockenhurst in Hampshire have been cancelled after flooding on the track. The Met Office expects more rain across England and the Environment Agency has issued 189 flood alerts and 30 flood warnings around the UK. Two people were rescued by a Police Community Support Officer from their car which became submerged in a ford on the Sway to Brockenhurst road in Hampshire. A number of other vehicles have got stuck in flood water, with Hampshire, Dorset, Devon and Cornwall fire services all called to incidents. Fire crews have also rescued a driver trapped by flood water in Bude, Cornwall and flood defences have been put up in Worcestershire with river levels rising on the Severn and Avon. Properties in the Cornish villages of St Keverne, Gunwalloe, Gorran Haven, Mevagissey, Polbathic and Altarnun have also been flooded. More than 100 Cornwall Council staff were out overnight helping residents. David Owens, who has been directing operations on behalf of the council, said: "It's been very busy, not as bad as 24 and 25 November, but still pretty unpleasant.
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Updated: Friday, 21 December, 2012 at 05:10 UTC
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A Hampshire village is being evacuated amid fears that flood defences could fail and inundate homes as parts of the UK were once again hit by torrential rain and floods. People were being moved from their homes in Wallington, near Fareham, and a severe warning – which means there is a danger to life – was issued by the Environment Agency. The warning read said, "Wallington village next to river Wallington will be evacuated imminently" by the council and emergency services. It added: "This is due to a failure in the flood defence around the village. The river is currently just below the top of the defence and cracks have formed in the wall. The river level is very high and will remain so for some time. If the cracks become bigger and the wall fails catastrophically the village will be inundated rapidly. Please taken action now." Also in Hampshire, a father and daughter had to swim to safety after their Porsche was engulfed by water. The pair were stranded in a ford in the New Forest after the river Lymington rose rapidly, but they made it the shallows and were helped by a community support officer.

Homes and businesses were inundated, roads blocked and trains services disrupted after 40mm of rain fell in 24 hours in some areas of the UK. Firefighters helped pump out homes and emergency workers cleared landslides. By Thursday afternoon as well as the one severe warning, the Environment Agency had issued 40 flood warnings – meaning flooding is expected and immediate action should be taken. More than half were in the south-west of England while there were nine in the Anglian region and seven in the south-east. More than 200 alerts – flooding possible – were in place for all regions of England and Wales. A spokesperson said: "Large swaths of southern and south-western England, south-east Wales and the Midlands are being warned to prepare for flooding. Successive bands of heavy rain were moving across England and Wales, and with the ground already saturated, this is likely to lead to property flooding from rivers and surface water as well as disruption to road and rail networks.

"Cornwall, Devon, Dorset, Hampshire, West Sussex and Northamptonshire are particularly at risk, and people are being urged to sign up to free flood warnings, check their route for disruption before travelling, and not to drive or walk through floodwater." So far most of the flooding appears to have been caused by smaller streams overflowing and the run-off from sodden fields. More serious flooding could follow if the rain continues and larger rivers, still swollen from earlier in the year, top their banks. The Met Office issued severe weather warnings for much of England – including London – Wales and Scotland. As during the floods of November, it was Cornwall that first felt the brunt of the bad weather overnight on Thursday. At Porthallow in Looe in south-east Cornwall, the water was 2ft deep in the centre of the village in the early hours. Firefighters had to pump water out from homes near Launceston, St Austell, Helston and St Keverne. Firefighters also attended a landslip at Ponts Mill, Tywardreath, near Fowey.

Cornwall council had more than 100 staff out helping emergency services and Environment Agency workers deal with the floods. A council spokesman said individual properties were being affected this time so far rather than communities. He said the problem was that rain was falling on ground already saturated from the downpours of November and earlier this year. "The water has got nowhere to go," he said. In Devon, the county council urged motorists to take extra care. Councillor Stuart Hughes, cabinet member for highways and transportation, said: "It is really important that we are all alert to the potential of surface water and residual flooding this morning, particularly in areas where the ground is already saturated and on minor roads where problems may not be brought to our attention straight away. "I would advise everyone to be cautious when travelling especially in the dark. In particular, don't drive too fast, and avoid driving through flood water. There are likely to be many potholes underneath surface water which present a hidden danger so drivers need to be aware of those and also of increased breaking distances." Hampshire firefighters rescued six people stuck in vehicles after driving into floodwater. Elsewhere flooding was reported from Dorset and West Sussex through to Oxfordshire, Nottinghamshire and Northamptonshire. In the riverside town of Bewdley, Worcestershire, flood defences were being put up on the banks of the Severn.
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Hoorah!

I live in sensible parts of the UK where this mad weather doesn't happen!
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12/21/2012 04:15 PM
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we've got this for a while

huge low pressure in the atlantic throwing front after front at us
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12/21/2012 04:16 PM
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Hoorah!

I live in sensible parts of the UK where this mad weather doesn't happen!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2727760


yeah, me too. a couple of hundred feet up, on a slight slope

water runs away from me, into 250,000 pound homes.

the people that built my house about a century ago knew their stuff wink
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Re: UK WEATHER ALLERT!!!
we've got this for a while

huge low pressure in the atlantic throwing front after front at us
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30548640


Yes i know, i made this thread because estofex is the best weather forecast to europe!
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12/21/2012 04:17 PM
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which is why is said we'll have rivers flooding in Belgium starting Monday night
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which is why is said we'll have rivers flooding in Belgium starting Monday night
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Take care!hf
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12/21/2012 04:24 PM

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12/21/2012 04:55 PM
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Hoorah!

I live in sensible parts of the UK where this mad weather doesn't happen!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2727760


yeah, me too. a couple of hundred feet up, on a slight slope

water runs away from me, into 250,000 pound homes.

the people that built my house about a century ago knew their stuff wink
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30548640


Sounds like where I live. No one used to build houses so close to the beach at the NJ Shore (unless they were little shacks, just for the summer). Now we've got multi-million dollar houses just feet from the ocean. Many of them didn't survive the big storm. I just hope the idiots aren't allowed to rebuild in the same places.
"When tyrants tremble in their fear, and hear their death knell ringing,
When friends rejoice both far and near, how can I keep from singing"

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12/21/2012 05:18 PM
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Dundee, N/E Scotland here..........

Widespread flooding over the last 2 days.. Forecast for more rain right upto Xmas eve !!!!

Not looking good at all...
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12/21/2012 05:20 PM
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Well... wait to that shit slams Sweden om sunday evening, they have issued warnings here with shitloads of snow and high winds..... funtimes... one day before we celebrate christmas.... since we do it on the 24th.
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12/21/2012 05:21 PM

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Dundee, N/E Scotland here..........

Widespread flooding over the last 2 days.. Forecast for more rain right upto Xmas eve !!!!

Not looking good at all...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 15481119


Take care!!! Stay Safe!hf
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12/21/2012 05:33 PM
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the uk are having their very own ark storm
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12/21/2012 05:34 PM

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the uk are having their very own ark storm
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but when i post this allarms all uk people say that it's normal and i'm crazy...
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12/21/2012 06:54 PM
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not me fella. i know what's happening. we're in the early stages of the pole shift

there's a hell of a lot in this country who need to wake up, but I think Katla will be the alarm call. lol
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[link to www.meteoradar.co.uk]
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12/22/2012 07:16 AM
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Re: UK WEATHER ALLERT!!!
The weather's been vile here for days. It's not cold though. I'd prefer it if it snowed.
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12/22/2012 07:45 AM
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Hoorah!

I live in sensible parts of the UK where this mad weather doesn't happen!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2727760


dont count ur chickens yet!
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12/22/2012 07:52 AM
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[link to www.sat24.com]

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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30616196


hf
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12/22/2012 08:07 AM
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I am sorry to hear that.
We, on the other hand, have smmer like weather. We are wearing t-shirts today as it is very hot indeed which is unsusual for the end of december ....
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12/22/2012 08:14 AM
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Not worried yet, I'm in Hampshire bring it on

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12/22/2012 08:20 AM
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You'd think we'd be able to handle rain, it's our predominant weather style in the UK afterall. But no.. we've had fucking eons to realize it is what we get the most and what did we decide to do.. concrete over every available forest and green space.
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12/22/2012 08:30 AM
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This isn't normal, it's weird. Flooding is dreadful where I live.
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12/22/2012 09:10 AM

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any updates?
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12/22/2012 09:57 AM
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very very wet here

drains popping up from the intense water flow
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12/22/2012 10:26 AM
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Update for Dundee Tayside Scotland Amber alert !!

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12/22/2012 10:28 AM
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You'd think we'd be able to handle rain, it's our predominant weather style in the UK afterall. But no.. we've had fucking eons to realize it is what we get the most and what did we decide to do.. concrete over every available forest and green space.
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They have just been talking about new roads being needed on the BBC news too.

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