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Floods
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Hope everyone is safe


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Yep, hope you are all OK, also it seems a few folk will resort to selling their flood-damaged cars rather than repairing them,-according to Press.
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I wonder if the insurance company's will pay out? I hope they do.


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We've had 95.6 mph winds recorded down my way today

Main bridge has been closed all day and about 25 trees down over the county

Parked my Berlingo in the middle of a car park, away from all the falling debris

In my town alone, several streets have been closed off due to roofs coming off and reports of several garden trampolines tangled up in nearby trees

Met Office said that just off the coast they had warnings in place for hurricane force 12 winds
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It certainly is nasty out there.Stay safe & dry.Confusedalut:
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... and send a little rain up here if you can, we sure can use it!
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Hope the government keep their word to these people when the press as gone are thoughts are with them
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In a way i am lucky as i live on a hill so flooding not a problem but i do feel sorry for those who don't, i watch the news every night and feel for the people who have been flooded out for weeks and there doesn't seem to be a rest for the water to go back down. They said that if it stopped raining today it would take 7 weeks for the water to go down.
Hope the government help these people as it must be stressful for them as there is nothing they can do about it.
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Well this was us Portsmouth way, were looking to catch the Hovercraft over to the IOW which had been ruinning intermittently, but that wasn't happening!

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