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Cavalry Trouser Tips
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The Met Office read OTF.
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no sign of this yet, it's clear and sunny outside.
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Not a breath of wind yet in Lancashire. "The calm before the storm", perhaps.
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Croute au fromage et oeuf au plat
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The winds should be stronguer on wednesday for us living in the NW and indeed other parts of the country, only the monday storm is mentionned so far but wednesday will probably be even worse...

Right now the wind is picking up of the coast of Ireland, navy buoy reporting gusts of 70mph.

For the longuer term, model consensus on some colder weather around the corner, a white Easter is a possibility.

Bartok, she should squeeze in between two storms, lucky girl. It might be a bit rough at cruising altitude as the jetstream is blowing like a TGV train at the moment (240kmh)

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Barndoorio
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It's starting to pick up outside here in Taunton. Quite gusty, my shed door is starting to shift already [Frown]
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Spent the weekend in Miltown Malbay, a town in Co Clare in the extreme west of Ireland. The temperature was arctic at almost all times -- colder than a widow's smile.

Miltown Malbay is right on the coast. We went for a meal this afternoon at a hotel on the seafront, and saw breaking waves that looked like something from Big Wednesday.

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Fuck me, it's windy outside.
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Very windy here too. I wonder if it's the same wind?
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The rowing events at the 1956 Melbourne Olympics were held at Lake Wendouree, Ballarat, about an hour outside Melbourne. Here is what Victoria's drought has done to it:

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Barndoorio
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Swimming is not recommended! No, I don't suppose it is right now.
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meanwhile it's all gone quiet outside down here, eye of the storm?
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Fuck me, this thing woke me up.
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Spearmint Rhino
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Holy shit. Couldn't sleep at all. Council wheely bins going BANGBANGBANG, sundry items of roadwork furniture going SCUTTLESCUTTLESCUTTLE, waves on the beach going CRASHCRASHCRASH, and internal doors going RATTLERATTLERATTLE even though I've sealed and insulated the windows to the best of my ability. Haven't known anything like this since '87.
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Update: the council wheely bin has just blown over, and men in high-visibility jerkins are trying to wrestle it upright. It isn't a normal, tall-and-thin wheely bin by the way. This is a big, squat, heavy motherfucker with a low centre of gravity, which can normally only be lifted by a special lifting truck. Extraordinary.
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80mph winds in Devon, apparently. Just heard it's 66mph in Shoreham, which is a couple of miles from where I'm sitting.
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