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Weatherview with Bob.
03 July 2015 18:57 Post ID: #460525 - in reply to #205063
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03 July 2015 23:12 Post ID: #460536 - in reply to #205063
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faster than predicted in Manchester now.
http://www.lightningmaps.org/realtime

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03 July 2015 23:22 Post ID: #460537 - in reply to #205063
Im guessing you've seen this site before Bob, if not, it's canny.

http://www.wunderground.com/
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03 July 2015 23:26 Post ID: #460538 - in reply to #205063
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my station has been on it for the last 7 year.
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03 July 2015 23:27 Post ID: #460539 - in reply to #205063
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I'm live every time I switch the pc on Mark.
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03 July 2015 23:29 Post ID: #460540 - in reply to #460539
BlackBob - 3/7/2015 23:27

I'm live every time I switch the pc on Mark.




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03 July 2015 23:30 Post ID: #460541 - in reply to #205063
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different layout but basically the same date getting fed into wunder.
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03 July 2015 23:35 Post ID: #460542 - in reply to #460541
BlackBob - 3/7/2015 23:30

different layout but basically the same date getting fed into wunder.


Ive always had a fascination with the weather, especially storms and I reckon it comes from when we used to go camping when i was a bairn. Many a night was spent if there was a storm, watching it from under a sleeping bag.

Wor lass says I need to get over it but it's a big deal as it affects us all, all the time.
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03 July 2015 23:45 Post ID: #460543 - in reply to #205063
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get the tent out you have an hour or so tonight.
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03 July 2015 23:47 Post ID: #460544 - in reply to #205063
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some major sferics popping up just now in Lancashire.
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03 July 2015 23:50 Post ID: #460545 - in reply to #460543
BlackBob - 3/7/2015 23:45

get the tent out you have an hour or so tonight.


Been tempted to, it's roasting in the hoose.
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03 July 2015 23:57 Post ID: #460546 - in reply to #205063
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Leading edge approaching Catterick now but time for my bed for an early rise tomorrow.
bang bang!
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22 August 2015 22:25 Post ID: #462348 - in reply to #205063
Cracking storms we've had tonight over Tyneside. The latest has just passed over mine but nearly every strike was forked lightning.
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24 August 2015 21:16 Post ID: #462414 - in reply to #205063
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aye wasn't bad Mark.
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23 September 2015 19:07 Post ID: #463550 - in reply to #205063
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Indian summer conditions this weekend onwards the high pressure from the south is now a banker.
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01 October 2015 21:39 Post ID: #463845 - in reply to #205063
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All finished by Sunday now, was nice whilst it lasted though.
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20 October 2015 18:00 Post ID: #464352 - in reply to #205063
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Been a very quiet autumn so far but things are about to change, unsettled the next 60 hrs. before a very deep low develops Sunday and heads our way Monday.
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20 October 2015 20:11 Post ID: #464356 - in reply to #205063
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Can't complain with this weather Bob. Decent crops from the garden anarl.
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20 October 2015 21:15 Post ID: #464359 - in reply to #205063
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Been cracking year regards the fruit and veg garden that's for sure. This high pressure is about to end though as the Atlantic pushes through later tonight.
http://earth.nullschool.net/#current/wind/isobaric/1000hPa/orthogra...
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20 October 2015 22:22 Post ID: #464363 - in reply to #205063
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Need to keep an eye on the cell due late Sunday into Monday.
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20 October 2015 22:23 Post ID: #464364 - in reply to #205063
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Need to keep an eye on the cell due late Sunday into Monday.


summit up with the reply button requesting leave this page after posting?

Edited by BlackBob 20/10/2015 22:24
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20 October 2015 22:49 Post ID: #464365 - in reply to #205063
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60 times round the sun today Bob,beautiful long walk with wor lass,the bairns & the dogs.Just hoyed mi head out the back door for a piss & it's starting to rain.Got the crop in tho & still hope Sunday we turn the fuckers over.
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23 October 2015 17:15 Post ID: #464452 - in reply to #205063
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Hurricane Patricia is about to knock on the door of these hotels, place wont look the same this time tomorrow.
https://forum.netweather.tv/topic/84248-major-hurricane-patricia/pag...
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23 October 2015 18:01 Post ID: #464455 - in reply to #205063
Aye, looks like it could be the strongest hurricane ever or at least in our lifetime. They reckon it's gusting up to 250 mph at the minute.
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23 October 2015 19:16 Post ID: #464460 - in reply to #205063
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23 October 2015 21:01 Post ID: #464464 - in reply to #205063
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19 November 2015 12:24 Post ID: #465120 - in reply to #205063
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Sheep are gunna freeze Saturday with a nice -8c wind chill and a bit of snow thrown in.
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19 November 2015 16:18 Post ID: #465123 - in reply to #465120
BlackBob - 19/11/2015 12:24

Sheep are gunna freeze Saturday with a nice -8c wind chill and a bit of snow thrown in.


The ones in the executive boxes should be alright though.
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19 November 2015 18:47 Post ID: #465125 - in reply to #205063
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They be the tups.
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20 November 2015 10:16 Post ID: #465133 - in reply to #465120
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BlackBob - 19/11/2015 12:24

Sheep are gunna freeze Saturday with a nice -8c wind chill and a bit of snow thrown in.


Fuck me bob, first away day playing winter golf, and the world is going to end...
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21 November 2015 00:26 Post ID: #465165 - in reply to #205063
Some nice heavy snow falling just North of the city centre right now. Street is covered, although you just know by morning, it will be just a figmentation of my drink entrusted mind.
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29 November 2015 19:13 Post ID: #465423 - in reply to #205063
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Didn't expect the wind to get so strong at lunchtime today. A tree blown over in the street which is a first. I heard that the market stalls at Team Valley had a torrid time also.
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04 December 2015 11:31 Post ID: #465533 - in reply to #205063
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Batten down 30hrs of gales starting early evening, I've got loads of 70mph+ showing on the graphs.
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04 December 2015 11:32 Post ID: #465534 - in reply to #205063
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05 December 2015 19:49 Post ID: #465572 - in reply to #205063
Yet again, the West coast of Northern England gets serious flooding, probably along the lines of their worst ever. Bridges washed way, homes ruined and flood defences breached.

Forget the charity campaigns to provide for foreigners, it's about time we looked after our own. With more rain expected and tide levels still to rise, this story would have been on the news more prominently if it were down South.
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06 December 2015 20:00 Post ID: #465612 - in reply to #205063
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Bastard got me this time even though I was prepared 5 days in advance. 2 greenhouses (fixable at expense).30ft polytunnel fecked off like Lewis Hamilton on a test lap.
Looks like a big rebuild for the coming spring.
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06 December 2015 20:04 Post ID: #465614 - in reply to #205063
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Strange thing was watching it happen in the caravan with the wood burner going listening to the mackem game.
feck all you can do in such extreme weather infact safer to keep well away, Sunderland 1-0 up at the time of impact to boot.
At least Karma prevailed and they got beat lol.
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08 December 2015 19:07 Post ID: #465661 - in reply to #205063
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A story from the Times that shows how the local villagers are helped by the farming community when unprecedented weather conditions affect them all.

Farmers from a picture-book Lake District village defied police advice to save their community from the floods that devastated much of Cumbria.
As residents of Braithwaite, near Keswick, struggled with ropes and tractors to rip away broken trees and debris blocking Coledale Beck they were ordered by police to stop. The locals’ answer, said Keith Harriman, a 59-year-old farmer, was “sharp and to the point”.
Mr Harriman and about 15 others, laboured long into Saturday night to clear away debris that had blocked the beck and caused a terrifying “tsunami” to break over the village earlier in the day.
On Sunday morning, with their village submerged in mud, the men were still working hard to prevent a second catastrophic flood, by clearing tree roots and broken wooden footbridges from under Braithwaite’s stone bridge, when the police arrived.
“We had one guy in the bucket of a JCB in the middle of the river, trying to put a chain round a huge piece of wood,” Geoff Davidson, a local volunteer, said.
“You can imagine the reaction. The police said: ‘You haven’t got this man on a rope. You haven’t done this, you haven’t done that. What if he goes down the river?’ Sadly health and safety people, rescue services, they just have to abide by the rules.”
The villagers made it clear that they would continue, whatever the officers said. “You don’t pussyfoot about,” said Mr Harriman, of Keskadale Farm. The police left after about 20 minutes.
Later, when a senior officer from the Environment Agency arrived he was advised to “look the other way” as villagers shovelled mud back into the river, against official practice.

Edited by Mcnamee67 8/12/2015 19:09
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21 December 2015 20:49 Post ID: #465956 - in reply to #205063
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Winter Solstice tonight, and slowly the amount of daylight will increase. Not sure what to make of the unseasonal temperatures though.
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28 December 2015 20:07 Post ID: #466114 - in reply to #205063
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wet and windy for the foreseeable.
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