4th July/5th July storm warnings

  Forum Editor 23:48 04 Jul 2006

It looks as though we're in for some pretty severe thunderstorms over the next 24 hours - at least in the south and south-east.

At the moment - nearly midnight - there's a big storm tracking across the Channel from France into Kent, and another one about 300 miles to the south-west of that.

Unplug your routers/modems/computers etc. before you go to bed tonight.

  johnnyrocker 23:49 04 Jul 2006

cheers for the advice.


  woodchip 23:49 04 Jul 2006

And up hear near Sheffield, Talking Flash floods etc

  User-312386 23:50 04 Jul 2006


Shutting down

  rmcqua 08:45 05 Jul 2006

Nice, heavy rain here on the IOW this morning but very little electrical storm activity.

  €dstowe 08:53 05 Jul 2006

Horrendous storm Chichester area earlier. Moving up towards Guildford.

Road outside my studio is now a river

  €dstowe 08:55 05 Jul 2006

Addendum to my post: plenty of electrical activity here.

Probably the same storm as rmcqua with the electricals saved for the mainland.

Terrible rain and thunder here in Southampton at the moment!

  Stuartli 09:54 05 Jul 2006

Lucky here on the North West coastline - miss most of the bad weather and, when we do have the occasional thunderstorm, it's usually sheet lightning over the sea...:-)

But go inland more than about five miles and the weather can change dramatically.

  woodchip 13:51 05 Jul 2006

Nothing up hear as yet

  exdragon 13:58 05 Jul 2006

Just remember to plug it back in again...it was only on reading this that I realised why I couldn't download any emails... Thanks, FE!

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