#1
Hello all,

If you're in the UK they have issued weather warnings for the most of us I'm afraid.

Either way, I'm just curious about some of the information given by the Met office. I'm in an area marked "be prepared." Well fair enough, it's been raining heavily for ages and large puddles are forming, but what exactly am I preparing for? Is it the risk of the rain being so heavy it knocks down the walls of the sea-life centre, leaving most of Birmingham at the mercy of whales and sharks?

I'm not quite following myself, how are you all shaping up for the night ahead?
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#2
I think they mean "prepare to blow up your rubber floatation device."
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#3
It's mostly been through Cornwall already. It's starting to brighten up now. It wasn't all that.
#4
Better not flood Birmingham I'm taking my amp there on Sunday and I don't think they guy is gonna want to buy it if its soaking wet.

EDIT: Oh good there arn't any on Sunday just today and tomorrow.
#8
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South Yorkshire? I would be too!! You're not near the Don are you?
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#10
I live right between two hills.

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#11
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South Yorkshire? I would be too!! You're not near the Don are you?


Not too near no, I live somewhere not far from Worksop, so the Don's miles away.
However my Dad is working in Sheffield tonight, when the last floods hit around here his place was in four feet of water.

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#12
Warning Will Robinson, Warning. Weather approaches!
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Not too near no, I live somewhere not far from Worksop, so the Don's miles away.
However my Dad is working in Sheffield tonight, when the last floods hit around here his place was in four feet of water.


Last year I worked at a place the Don ran straight by. It flooded drastically, with me in it!
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#17
Yeh, a river here in Cardiff burst its banks.

Floods and shit, a train track got owned during this.
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#19
Been getting a lot of rain in Yorkshire today, but then I'm living on a big ol' hill, so I've no fears
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#20
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I'm not quite following myself, how are you all shaping up for the night ahead?


im gonna get a beer with my mate whos leaving for kent again cause hes in the army
#21
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Better not flood Birmingham I'm taking my amp there on Sunday and I don't think they guy is gonna want to buy it if its soaking wet.

EDIT: Oh good there arn't any on Sunday just today and tomorrow.

Pop a binbag over it with a hole for the handle if you need it.

Aye it's been raining a lot here. I live on a hill so ill be fine. Water just rushes down the side of the road so cars splash you as they go past.
#23
i live in north yorkshire and it hasnt stopped raing from about 11 last night till now
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#24
On and off here. Don't think there's too much risk of flooding in all honesty, I'm at the top of a hill.
#26
Scotland has no warnings at all

What a nice change it's you lot getting the sh*t weather
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#28
I think the best way of summing it up is that the north and west of england, all of wales and southern scotland are at risk. London always escapes this crap and closes down the mines and puts hard working people out of jobs.
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#29
I'm pretty high up and never have problems with flooding.

However I should be playing cricket tomorrow but assume it is gonna be called off...
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Is it the risk of the rain being so heavy it knocks down the walls of the sea-life centre, leaving most of Birmingham at the mercy of whales and sharks?

If this was the reason... well... I'm annoyed I left my new home in Blackpool to come back here. No sharks here

Bah!


But seriously - oh dear. It was pouring it down today D:
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