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>> No. 434236 Anonymous
8th February 2020
Saturday 1:30 pm
434236 Windogeddon 2020
PACK YOUR RICE AND STACK YOUR BINS
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>> No. 434237 Anonymous
8th February 2020
Saturday 2:23 pm
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Are those numbers gust speeds or old world temperatures?
>> No. 434238 Anonymous
8th February 2020
Saturday 2:25 pm
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>>434237

Never mind I just saw the scale.

Hope none of you have any flights booked for the next couple of days.
>> No. 434239 Anonymous
8th February 2020
Saturday 2:36 pm
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That isn't a Great Storm, it's a moderately windy night.
>> No. 434240 Anonymous
8th February 2020
Saturday 3:24 pm
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vlad farted
>> No. 434241 Anonymous
8th February 2020
Saturday 3:42 pm
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As much as I love trees, I'm secretly hoping some of the neighbourhoods ugly close-packed leylandii hedges blow over.
>> No. 434249 Anonymous
9th February 2020
Sunday 11:03 am
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There's a cat somewhere outside. It doesn't sound very happy.
>> No. 434250 Anonymous
9th February 2020
Sunday 11:11 am
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There's some impressive squall lines heading through.
>> No. 434252 Anonymous
9th February 2020
Sunday 1:22 pm
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It's a really good storm, I like it.
>> No. 434253 Anonymous
9th February 2020
Sunday 1:36 pm
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I'm sure we'll be fine.
>> No. 434254 Anonymous
9th February 2020
Sunday 1:44 pm
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>>434253
https://www.netweather.tv/weather-forecasts/news/10070-michael-fish-storm-ciara-on-the-way-bringing-wild-wet-and-wintry-weather
>> No. 434257 Anonymous
9th February 2020
Sunday 2:17 pm
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I'm aware of sites such as wetterzentrale.de (thanks to britfa.gs i'll add) but i've no idea how to interpret the data. Relying on metoffice.gov.uk is too easy as it's basically a forcast rather than an education suporting platform. Any good resources for learning to watch the weather with fair competence?
>> No. 434261 Anonymous
9th February 2020
Sunday 2:54 pm
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>>434257
https://www.netweather.tv/

Mainly: https://www.netweather.tv/live-weather/radar for current rainfall across the country
https://www.netweather.tv/charts-and-data/gfs weather charts This is the basic forecast maps, but you get more detail than with what you'll see on TV.

Ensembles ( https://www.netweather.tv/charts-and-data/ensembles ) don't really help you much with day-to-day forecasts, but they are really useful to help you build an understanding of how the accuracy of forecasts works. This is also where the newspapers go to cherry pick the very worst run out of 20 for their headlines.

This site is also worth reading for their blogs which go a bit deeper into the forecast.
>> No. 434262 Anonymous
9th February 2020
Sunday 2:55 pm
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Also https://www.windy.com/ for full-globe forecasts, and it's just fun though a lot lower resolution than the UK specific ones you can get on netweather
>> No. 434269 Anonymous
9th February 2020
Sunday 5:01 pm
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Just got our power back, shitposting can resume. Two trees came down, one into the road, so I've been out with chainsaw and tractor. Fortunately not too much rain, just bastard windy.
Clearly a busy day for the power people, too. Hope you lads who got a proper kicking are recovering, and haven't had to unpack the rice.
>> No. 434278 Anonymous
10th February 2020
Monday 1:14 pm
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There are snowflakes the size of my fist falling outside, and lots of them. I'm really rather impressed.
>> No. 434279 Anonymous
10th February 2020
Monday 6:20 pm
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>>434278

>snowflakes the size of my fist 

Are you a foetus?
>> No. 434280 Anonymous
10th February 2020
Monday 6:24 pm
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>>434279
No, otherwise it wouldn't be much of analogy, would it?
>> No. 434281 Anonymous
11th February 2020
Tuesday 12:11 am
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It is cold.

COLD.
>> No. 434346 Anonymous
13th February 2020
Thursday 4:49 pm
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>>434281

It is February.

FEBRUARY.
>> No. 434367 Anonymous
14th February 2020
Friday 1:32 pm
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>>434281
It really isn't, though. We'd be knee-deep in snow if I had any say in the matter.
>> No. 434384 Anonymous
14th February 2020
Friday 4:42 pm
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>>434367

Careful, lad. In Britain, two inches of snow constitutes a national emergency.
>> No. 434390 Anonymous
14th February 2020
Friday 9:28 pm
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>>434236
It's going to happen again lads.

PACK RICE.
>> No. 434391 Anonymous
14th February 2020
Friday 9:57 pm
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>>434390
Fucking hell, I've got a tree hanging in mid air from last weekend, and it's going to hit a power line if it goes down the wrong way.
Out with ropes and chainsaw tomorrow morning, I guess. Hope the wind's not picked up too much by then. Fuck's sake, I've got lots of other things I'm supposed to be doing tomorrow. I'm sure I remember when weekends were a respite from work.
>> No. 434394 Anonymous
15th February 2020
Saturday 3:17 pm
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Well I just went out for a walk in it,and it didn't seem as bad as the last one. I think the Met Office are trolls.
>> No. 434395 Anonymous
15th February 2020
Saturday 3:50 pm
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>>434394
I think 'it's not as bad as the last one' is exactly what the Met Office have been saying.
>> No. 434396 Anonymous
15th February 2020
Saturday 4:20 pm
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>>434395

The storm won't be as severe, but the flooding could be worse because the ground's already saturated.

Also, someone at the Met Office is taking the piss.
>> No. 434458 Anonymous
16th February 2020
Sunday 8:06 pm
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>>434396
This morning it got raised to red, and according to the news it was so bad the Taff flooded a town it doesn't even run through.
>> No. 434459 Anonymous
16th February 2020
Sunday 8:09 pm
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>>434458
Some of the resulting floods.
>> No. 434460 Anonymous
16th February 2020
Sunday 8:11 pm
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Trigger warning: Distressed shed
>> No. 434478 Anonymous
17th February 2020
Monday 7:01 pm
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>>434241
Update:
Dennis blew another one down.
The neighbours have given in and done a half-arsed job at cutting down the middle one that was left on it's own too.

Actually made my garden seem way bright even though they're north of me.
Fingers crossed we'll get another good storm that'll blow down some of the even bigger leylandii out the front that are blocking out a load of direct sun.
>> No. 434568 Anonymous
19th February 2020
Wednesday 9:17 pm
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>>434460

These people voted for the Tories lol
>> No. 434569 Anonymous
19th February 2020
Wednesday 9:48 pm
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>>434568

and you are exactly the kind of sneering prick that people cite as the reason they can't stand 'the left' lol.
>> No. 434570 Anonymous
19th February 2020
Wednesday 10:06 pm
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>>434568
>>434569

Ladies, can't all three of us agree that you're both massive pricks?
>> No. 434572 Anonymous
19th February 2020
Wednesday 11:16 pm
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>>434569
"At least we won in the election!" he says, wading in wellies through his livingroom. I know I'm not going to sway the electorate by posting this but seriously what
>> No. 434577 Anonymous
20th February 2020
Thursday 12:34 am
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>>434570

Lad, you can't reasonably "you're both as bad as each other" when one person has irrationally shoehorned voting Tories somehow related to people deserving their house flooded, and the other is simply pointing out they being so single topic obsessed makes them an insensitive arsehole.
>> No. 434578 Anonymous
20th February 2020
Thursday 12:46 am
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>>434577

Well it's more complicated than that, it's not that the second poster pointed out that the first was a knob which I would have been fully supportive of, he did it in such a way as to engage with the first poster's irrational shoehorning of partisan divides. I would no problem with the second poster if reality matched up with your perception, unfortunately in this instance it does not.
>> No. 434579 Anonymous
20th February 2020
Thursday 12:50 am
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>>434578

Well you need hold a mirror up, if someone is that obessed with bringing politics into things. you need explain why it is bad for them in a way they will actually value, and since they are obessed with 'the cause' beyond everything else you need to explain it in a way that it is bad for the cause.
>> No. 434580 Anonymous
20th February 2020
Thursday 1:08 am
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>>434579

That's the modern method of winning arguments yes, traditionally someone might have just brought attention that people had lost their lives and livelihoods in this tragedy and condemn the first poster for being an insufferable cunt without having to become an insufferable cunt oneself.
>> No. 434582 Anonymous
20th February 2020
Thursday 2:08 am
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>>434580
Sure, this is a brand new kind of unpleasantness never before seen in mankind. Sure.
>> No. 434586 Anonymous
20th February 2020
Thursday 7:13 am
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>>434582

Drivel.
>> No. 434587 Anonymous
20th February 2020
Thursday 8:17 am
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>>434586
Piffle.
>> No. 434588 Anonymous
20th February 2020
Thursday 8:33 am
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>>434587

Twaddle.
>> No. 434589 Anonymous
20th February 2020
Thursday 9:14 am
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>>434588
Bobbins.
>> No. 434590 Anonymous
20th February 2020
Thursday 9:21 am
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>>434589
Cobblers.
>> No. 434592 Anonymous
20th February 2020
Thursday 9:28 am
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>>434590

Balderdash.
>> No. 434601 Anonymous
20th February 2020
Thursday 1:03 pm
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>>434592
Poppycock.
>> No. 434602 Anonymous
20th February 2020
Thursday 1:38 pm
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>>434586 >>434587 >>434588 >>434589 >>434590 >>434592 >>434601
Has purpSARAH MILLICAN'S SQUELCHY FANNY CUSTARD issued targets to increase the post count again?
>> No. 434603 Anonymous
20th February 2020
Thursday 1:39 pm
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>>434602
Well that is.. unfortunate. At least you didn't break the site this time.
>> No. 434604 Anonymous
20th February 2020
Thursday 1:41 pm
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>>434603
Does that mean the wordfilter scans the posts more than once? It looks as though it's filtered a filter.
purple
>> No. 434605 Anonymous
20th February 2020
Thursday 1:43 pm
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>>434604
It has done that. I've always meant to fix it but you know how that goes.
>> No. 434606 Anonymous
20th February 2020
Thursday 2:36 pm
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>>434601

Hogswash.
>> No. 434607 Anonymous
20th February 2020
Thursday 3:43 pm
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>>434606
Tommyrot.
>> No. 434608 Anonymous
20th February 2020
Thursday 5:33 pm
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>>434604

I did wonder if that would happen, and I'm very glad it did.
>> No. 434632 Anonymous
21st February 2020
Friday 12:51 am
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>>434607

Codswallop.
>> No. 434667 Anonymous
21st February 2020
Friday 6:02 pm
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>>434632
Flamdoodle.
>> No. 435618 Anonymous
24th March 2020
Tuesday 7:01 pm
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>>434667

There is no such thing as a mill that makes chocolate biscuits

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