WEATHER WARNING: Hampshire braced for major storm and more flooding

WEATHER WARNING: Hampshire braced for major storm and more flooding

WEATHER WARNING: Hampshire braced for major storm and more flooding

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Hampshire has been warned to brace itself today as a major 80 mile an hour storm descends on the county.

Weather experts have issued a yellow warning for the coutny.

They have also predicted even more rain to increase the nightmare of flooding already suffered by many parts of the county.

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A spokesman warned the public to be aware of the risks.

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He said: “The public should be prepared for the the risk of disruption to transport and possibly also power supplies.

"In addition, large waves are likely to affect some coasts.“

It comes as the military moved into Hampshire last night to help with the flood relief effort.

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7:22am Wed 12 Feb 14

Zexagon says...

Soon be christmas
Soon be christmas Zexagon
  • Score: 4

7:52am Wed 12 Feb 14

Lockssmart says...

What! No remark by Inform Al yet? Get ready for all the spelling errors. Hurry up, you'll be late for school!
What! No remark by Inform Al yet? Get ready for all the spelling errors. Hurry up, you'll be late for school! Lockssmart
  • Score: -3

8:10am Wed 12 Feb 14

WILLIAM HAGUES TWIN BROTHER. says...

without any more rain ,the rivers will rise for the next two months,
without any more rain ,the rivers will rise for the next two months, WILLIAM HAGUES TWIN BROTHER.
  • Score: 5

9:05am Wed 12 Feb 14

skeptik says...

Just scanned the publications from the scientific community starting with the 1970s - Ice age by 2000, Buy your drought resistant plants now, where have all our rivers gone? Snow a thing of the past - camel Grand National by 2012. Now this rain that has done for my drought resistant garden was 'predicted' or is it random extremes - that should cover all events.
Just scanned the publications from the scientific community starting with the 1970s - Ice age by 2000, Buy your drought resistant plants now, where have all our rivers gone? Snow a thing of the past - camel Grand National by 2012. Now this rain that has done for my drought resistant garden was 'predicted' or is it random extremes - that should cover all events. skeptik
  • Score: 0

9:22am Wed 12 Feb 14

countrywench says...

I'm not sure how they measure rainfall but ... I put a coffee cup out on the garden table on one of the rainy days and it was filled up within 24 hours !
So that's approx 6 inches of rain water in that small area .. Wow ! Imagine that all over !
I'm not sure how they measure rainfall but ... I put a coffee cup out on the garden table on one of the rainy days and it was filled up within 24 hours ! So that's approx 6 inches of rain water in that small area .. Wow ! Imagine that all over ! countrywench
  • Score: 6

9:47am Wed 12 Feb 14

elvisimo says...

Lockssmart wrote:
What! No remark by Inform Al yet? Get ready for all the spelling errors. Hurry up, you'll be late for school!
yep and one of his friends/ relations will be "head of UK rainfall" or perhaps John Kettley
[quote][p][bold]Lockssmart[/bold] wrote: What! No remark by Inform Al yet? Get ready for all the spelling errors. Hurry up, you'll be late for school![/p][/quote]yep and one of his friends/ relations will be "head of UK rainfall" or perhaps John Kettley elvisimo
  • Score: 1

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