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UK WEATHER ALLERT!!!

 
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12/22/2012 10:29 AM
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i'm expecting landslide/subsidence issues to start very soon in the uk. we can't keep going like this
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i'm expecting landslide/subsidence issues to start very soon in the uk. we can't keep going like this
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Geeezzzzzzzzzz stay safe!hf
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i'm expecting landslide/subsidence issues to start very soon in the uk. we can't keep going like this
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Geeezzzzzzzzzz stay safe!hf
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just you watch. i'm in the south wales valleys, on a slight slope. the water is running right past me, probably straight into half a million pound homes built by the river. chuckle
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AccuWeather.com‏@breakingweather

Flooding continues to impact the UK, leading to evacuations & travel delays just in time for holiday season [link to www.accuweather.com]
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Flooding Plagues English Holiday TravelBy Evan Duffey, Meteorologist
December 22, 2012; 10:45 AMMore Sharing ServicesShare | Share on facebookShare on myspaceShare on googleShare on twitter Flooding continues to impact much of the UK, leading to evacuations and travel delays just in time for the holiday season.

Heavy rain has lead to massive flooding issues across the UK of late, particularly impacting southwestern England and Wales.

While a majority of the flooding has resided, some parts of the region have not seen dry enough weather as of late to alleviate flooding, and in fact rains the last couple of days have led to additional flooding problems.

One example of a location that has seen well above-normal precipitation is Bristol, in southwestern England. In November rainfall during the first half of the month saturated the soil. When even heavier rain came during the second half of the November, there was no where for it to go. During November, Bristol saw over 300 percent of their normal rainfall on the month.

A Highways Agency employee works to unblock a drain on a flooded road outside Plymouth, in the southwest of England Sunday, Nov. 25, 2012. In nearby Cornwall, people had to briefly evacuate their homes as flood waters and torrential rain battered villages. Major highways and roads in the southwest were closed due to the flooding and several train services were canceled. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant)

December didn't get much better. While the month began somewhat quiet, the second half of the month has brought consistent rain day to day, re-aggravating the flooding.

Evacuations have been ordered in parts of Cornwall, as the region finally lost the battle with rising flood waters. Travel restrictions are also in place due to flood waters.

Across much of England flood waters continue to create delays for those planing their Christmas travel. Both road and rail travel across parts of the nation have been seriously hampered.

The best change for heavy rain in the near future will come Saturday into Sunday as moisture continues to pivot around a large low between the UK and Iceland. After that showers will continue, however in general they will be light, until late week when another batch of rain will be possible.

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12/22/2012 12:19 PM
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First Great Western warn rail passengers not to travel

[link to www.bbc.co.uk]

There are four severe flood warnings, meaning a danger to life, in the UK - two in Cornwall and two in Devon.

lol

'don't travel'. this is gonna end badly.
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12/22/2012 12:24 PM

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i'm expecting landslide/subsidence issues to start very soon in the uk. we can't keep going like this
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Geeezzzzzzzzzz stay safe!hf
 Quoting: Luisport


just you watch. i'm in the south wales valleys, on a slight slope. the water is running right past me, probably straight into half a million pound homes built by the river. chuckle
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30548640


That's my neck of the woods ,i lived in a small place (at the time it was a little village )called Beddau ,when it snowed you were cut off from everything .
When the seventh seal is opened, I will deliver terrible punishments upon the earth because of disobedience. This punishment will be so severe that it will decimate huge populations ....eekerstard also
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12/22/2012 12:27 PM
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Oh damn it! I'm flying to Ireland for christmas tomorrow and i'm not the best with planes as it is.

Just my luck !!

Merry Christmas
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12/22/2012 12:32 PM
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i'm expecting landslide/subsidence issues to start very soon in the uk. we can't keep going like this
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Geeezzzzzzzzzz stay safe!hf
 Quoting: Luisport


just you watch. i'm in the south wales valleys, on a slight slope. the water is running right past me, probably straight into half a million pound homes built by the river. chuckle
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That's my neck of the woods ,i lived in a small place (at the time it was a little village )called Beddau ,when it snowed you were cut off from everything .
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yeah, i know Beddau. getting bigger all the time with the new builds going on
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Geeezzzzzzzzzz stay safe!hf
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just you watch. i'm in the south wales valleys, on a slight slope. the water is running right past me, probably straight into half a million pound homes built by the river. chuckle
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That's my neck of the woods ,i lived in a small place (at the time it was a little village )called Beddau ,when it snowed you were cut off from everything .
 Quoting: nibiflex


yeah, i know Beddau. getting bigger all the time with the new builds going on
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shame really it was so cool when it was small, lived there from a child upto 26 then went back for a visit at 40 disappointment was an understatement 5a
When the seventh seal is opened, I will deliver terrible punishments upon the earth because of disobedience. This punishment will be so severe that it will decimate huge populations ....eekerstard also
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December 22, 2012 – UNITED KINGDOM - Hundreds of homeowners across the south west of England are likely to have their festive season ruined with forecasters predicting that heavy rain will batter the flood-hit region until Christmas Eve. Heavy rain has already left Christmas travel plans for millions in tatters while homes and businesses in south-west England were hit by flooding. Rail passengers and motorists faced misery and shoppers also battled difficult conditions on one of the busiest weekends of the year for travel and shopping. The town of Braunton in north Devon was effectively cut off, with homes and shops under water, after the River Caen burst its banks. On the railways, the The Environment Agency has issued 138 flood warnings and four severe flood warnings – meaning life is at risk. Great Western train company advised passengers whose travel was not essential to avoid journeys west of Taunton in Somerset because of flooding and landslips. Arriva Trains Wales told passengers to avoid rail travel in south Wales. Both operators were using road vehicles to transport passengers, but efforts were hampered by a lack of vehicles and flooded roads. East Midlands Trains suspended services between Derby and Nottingham because of flooding, and there were no trains between Stirling and Perth. The Highways Agency said there were a handful of flooding incidents affecting roads, including the closure of the A21 in both directions near Battle, East Sussex. A spokesman said: “There have been isolated weather-related incidents on other parts of our network today but traffic at these locations remains generally free flowing.” Some 14 Football League matches were also postponed due to waterlogged pitches, including the Championship game between Blackburn and Brighton. The Environment Agency said there was a heightened flood risk across Cornwall, Devon, Somerset, Dorset, Bristol, Hampshire, the Isle of Wight, West and East Sussex, North Yorkshire, South Wales, Ceredigion and Gwynedd. Despite the rain expected to ease during the day tomorrow, it is expected the region will take another battering of 20mm of rain tomorrow evening and into Christmas Eve. Steven Keates, Met Office forecaster, said: ‘More rain is on its way across the south west and particularly Devon and Cornwall right up into the night and it will only slightly improve in the early hours of the morning. We could well see 25mm of rain. The situation needs to be carefully watched as it will obviously not help the flooding situation at all because the ground is already so saturated it cannot take any more rain.’ Police have evacuated people from their homes in Devon and Cornwall as rising river levels have resulted in ‘numerous properties’ becoming flooded. Conditions are so bad in the south west that train operator First Great Western is advising passengers not to travel. –Daily Mail [link to theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com]
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[link to www.environment-agency.gov.uk]

The UK flood warnings page.
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Thread: UK More Rain Prompts 190 Flood Warnings, 300 Alerts; Danger to Life; Impacts on Traveling
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Storm Forecast
Valid: Sun 23 Dec 2012 06:00 to Mon 24 Dec 2012 06:00 UTC
Issued: Sun 23 Dec 2012 05:13
Forecaster: VAN DER VELDE
A level 1 was issued for the south coast of Turkey for a chance of waterspout type tornadoes.

SYNOPSIS

A very calm day with deep convection only possible near low pressure areas situated over the Atlantic and between Crete and Turkey. Warmer air over western Europe is gaining terrain over the cold mass of air dominating northern and eastern Europe. The warm front starts invading Germany and should reach eastern Poland by the end of the period, while also Italy and the Balkan starting to warm up steadily. During the night new convection with isolated thunder is possible as cold unstable air reaches western Ireland.

DISCUSSION

...Crete to southern Turkey...

A stationary low with very weak flow in low to mid levels and a few hundred J/kg CAPE and nearly saturated profiles provide good conditions for formation of waterspouts, particularly in the vorticity and convergence zones provided by the low pressure center.
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Breaking News Storm‏@breakingstorm

Rain expected across England and Wales on Sunday, raising fears of more flooding on rain-saturated ground; 200 warnings issued - @SkyNews
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Flash Flood in United Kingdom on Sunday, 23 December, 2012 at 12:09 (12:09 PM) UTC.

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Homes have been evacuated after landslips due to flooding in a Swansea valley village and in Pontypridd. Residents in Ystalyfera spent the night in a leisure centre after 11 homes were affected. Meanwhile, a wall collapsed at the back of cottages in Berw Road, Pontypridd. Flooding was causing disruption on rail lines between Cardiff and Bridgend and near Caersws in Powys. There are seven flood warnings by the Environment Agency in Wales. Some residents have also had to leave their homes in Berw Road, Pontypridd, after a retaining wall collapsed with a "loud bang" overnight. David Stewart, whose son Craig lives in one of the affected houses, said: "It happened at about midnight. "It's a row of about 10 miners' cottages, and the wall collapsed. There's a black expanse of rubble and earth. "The rubble is up to the bedroom windows in some cases, and one kitchen has disappeared. How nobody was killed, I don't know." He said four houses had been evacuated, and engineers were examining the "precarious" wall on Sunday. He added: "My son and his partner have a seven-month-old son. They just had to leave straight away. They didn't even have time to grab a bottle for the baby."
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Flash Flood in United Kingdom on Sunday, 23 December, 2012 at 12:09 (12:09 PM) UTC.

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Homes have been evacuated after landslips due to flooding in a Swansea valley village and in Pontypridd. Residents in Ystalyfera spent the night in a leisure centre after 11 homes were affected. Meanwhile, a wall collapsed at the back of cottages in Berw Road, Pontypridd. Flooding was causing disruption on rail lines between Cardiff and Bridgend and near Caersws in Powys. There are seven flood warnings by the Environment Agency in Wales. Some residents have also had to leave their homes in Berw Road, Pontypridd, after a retaining wall collapsed with a "loud bang" overnight. David Stewart, whose son Craig lives in one of the affected houses, said: "It happened at about midnight. "It's a row of about 10 miners' cottages, and the wall collapsed. There's a black expanse of rubble and earth. "The rubble is up to the bedroom windows in some cases, and one kitchen has disappeared. How nobody was killed, I don't know." He said four houses had been evacuated, and engineers were examining the "precarious" wall on Sunday. He added: "My son and his partner have a seven-month-old son. They just had to leave straight away. They didn't even have time to grab a bottle for the baby."
[link to hisz.rsoe.hu]
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i live not far from there. know the area. in my home town, driving from the gym earlier, saw a HUGE wall, with water pissing out of the centre of it. if that one collapses it'll be bad. this is exactly what I expected as I posted above. worse this is gonna get
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Flash Flood in United Kingdom on Sunday, 23 December, 2012 at 12:09 (12:09 PM) UTC.

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Homes have been evacuated after landslips due to flooding in a Swansea valley village and in Pontypridd. Residents in Ystalyfera spent the night in a leisure centre after 11 homes were affected. Meanwhile, a wall collapsed at the back of cottages in Berw Road, Pontypridd. Flooding was causing disruption on rail lines between Cardiff and Bridgend and near Caersws in Powys. There are seven flood warnings by the Environment Agency in Wales. Some residents have also had to leave their homes in Berw Road, Pontypridd, after a retaining wall collapsed with a "loud bang" overnight. David Stewart, whose son Craig lives in one of the affected houses, said: "It happened at about midnight. "It's a row of about 10 miners' cottages, and the wall collapsed. There's a black expanse of rubble and earth. "The rubble is up to the bedroom windows in some cases, and one kitchen has disappeared. How nobody was killed, I don't know." He said four houses had been evacuated, and engineers were examining the "precarious" wall on Sunday. He added: "My son and his partner have a seven-month-old son. They just had to leave straight away. They didn't even have time to grab a bottle for the baby."
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i live not far from there. know the area. in my home town, driving from the gym earlier, saw a HUGE wall, with water pissing out of the centre of it. if that one collapses it'll be bad. this is exactly what I expected as I posted above. worse this is gonna get
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stay safe, ac

I know you guys have had more than your fair share of flooding

been like the great deluge in some places

I'm always amazed at how quickly water can rise, I think people want to forget these things...

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12/23/2012 12:01 PM
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who the hell parks their car next to a river on flood alert and when its pissing down?

im in london - no fear. feel VERY for the rest of you though! even the ones with house on flood plains


too mild and dry right now - no chance of snowingz y_angry
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dang those accents are annoying

and WHERES IT COME FROM??!


FURTHER UP YOU STUPID WOMAN

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