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The Masked Tulip

Storm Ali - yes, they called it Ali.

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14 minutes ago, The Masked Tulip said:

I knew nothing of Ali until the news just broke that a lady in County Hallway has died. Was inside a caravan that was blown off a cliff.

Knew nothing either.  Power cut now (NI).  Did the met office downplay this one as the "big" one earlier this year didn't cause and many outages.

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15 minutes ago, The Masked Tulip said:

I knew nothing of Ali until the news just broke that a lady in County Hallway has died. Was inside a caravan that was blown off a cliff.

Pfffff... Must... Not... Laugh... Arghhh, too hard. Mwahahahahahahahahahaha!

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19 minutes ago, The Masked Tulip said:

I knew nothing of Ali until the news just broke that a lady in County Hallway has died. Was inside a caravan that was blown off a cliff.

Probably the first time in history that a caravan owner has been blown off.

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Pretty wild day at the moment, normal winter storm 

Not sure naming storm and giving it an amber warning adds much as people are generally idiots 

Just saw a guy wearing shorts and a t shirt walking outside the office window 

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6 minutes ago, Malthus said:

Pretty wild day at the moment, normal winter storm 

Not sure naming storm and giving it an amber warning adds much as people are generally idiots 

Just saw a guy wearing shorts and a t shirt walking outside the office window 

Here it's certainly still warm.  It may look like autumn with grey skies and the trees whipping about in the wind but it's not cold.

I went walking in a short sleeved shirt yesterday lunchtime amongst people in coats with hoods up.  They are loooking at the weather out of their window and deeming it to be cold when it isn't.

That guy is probably the only one there dressed correctly for the temperature.

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5 minutes ago, Frank Hovis said:

Here it's certainly still warm.  It may look like autumn with grey skies and the trees whipping about in the wind but it's not cold.

I went walking in a short sleeved shirt yesterday lunchtime amongst people in coats with hoods up.  They are loooking at the weather out of their window and deeming it to be cold when it isn't.

That guy is probably the only one there dressed correctly for the temperature.

14 degrees and blowing a gale 

Definately not a day for summer gear 

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1 hour ago, The Masked Tulip said:

I knew nothing of Ali until the news just broke that a lady in County Hallway has died. Was inside a caravan that was blown off a cliff.

Are we expecting to see live reporting from the So-Called BBC in conjunction with South Yorks Police?

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1 hour ago, Malthus said:

Pretty wild day at the moment, normal winter storm 

Not sure naming storm and giving it an amber warning adds much as people are generally idiots 

Just saw a guy wearing shorts and a t shirt walking outside the office window 

Oi! I'm not finished with summer yet!

It's still summer. Autumn starts in a few days.

 

 

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