18th October 2017 20:13 by Dordie
First tornado missed Lincs....well let's see how they get on with he second one I have ordered!
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Storm Brian forms in Atlantic: UK superstorm alert as huge WEATHER BOMB to hit on FRIDAY
HURRICANE-ravaged UK is back on high alert with ‘Storm Brian’ set to hammer the nation THIS WEEKEND. Latest Storm Brian weather alerts, forecasts and path models below.
By NATHAN RAO
PUBLISHED: 07:44, Wed, Oct 18, 2017 | UPDATED: 12:39, Wed, Oct 18, 2017
UK to be battered by STRONG and WET winds
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Worried forecasters fear another violent tempest, which could potentially be the second storm of the season, Storm Brian, will unleash chaos similar to Ophelia’s 100mph onslaught this week.
Terrifying weather charts show a churning 80mph cyclone hurtling towards the UK with landfall expected late Friday into Saturday.http://www.express.co.uk/news/weathe...lyNews_Express
18th October 2017 15:41 by Dordie
By the global warming nut jobs.
At least 41 people have died in fires ravaging forests in northern and central Portugal over the past 24 hours, rescuers said Monday, after five people were killed in Spain in blazes sparked by arsonists and fanned by Hurricane Ophelia.
The deaths, which were confirmed by Portugal's national civil protection agency and included a one-month-old baby, come four months after 64 people were killed in the deadliest fire in the country's history in June.
Survivors have described scenes similar to 'the end of the world' as more than 500 wildfires spread across the two countries throughout the weekend.
That I've missed?
18th October 2017 09:27 by Dordie
Of Eddie Stobart wagons on his travels. Did you know that firm, when I was on the road was Robson's of Carlisle.
(...Dordie, bringing the sprogs up to speed)
17th October 2017 22:41 by Dordie
The obligatory CAT.......WHY?