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Weather quickly going downhill again. Gusts already approaching 50mph at Lands End. 97mm of rain in Penzance so far this month.

Due to lack of photographic evidence, I rather suspect that yesterdays nearby "tornadoes" were just extreme gusts associated with the thunderstorms just off Lands End.

The what seems like the daily closure of the main railway line at Dawlish will definitely take place later today. Forget Brexit, I do wonder how England can manage being so regularly cut off from Cornwall.

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On Friday, November 9, 2018 at 10:14:19 AM UTC, Graham Easterling wrote:
Weather quickly going downhill again. Gusts already approaching 50mph at Lands End. 97mm of rain in Penzance so far this month.

Due to lack of photographic evidence, I rather suspect that yesterdays nearby "tornadoes" were just extreme gusts associated with the thunderstorms just off Lands End.

The what seems like the daily closure of the main railway line at Dawlish will definitely take place later today. Forget Brexit, I do wonder how England can manage being so regularly cut off from Cornwall.

Graham
Penzance


It's a huge low pressure.
These things are bigger than Cornwall and Devon.

Restrictions on Tamar bridge due to gale force winds.
Problems with Torpoint car ferries. Restrictions here too.

And Cornwall voted for Brexit. LOL.
Sad really.


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On 09/11/2018 10:14, Graham Easterling wrote:
Weather quickly going downhill again. Gusts already approaching 50mph at Lands End. 97mm of rain in Penzance so far this month.

Due to lack of photographic evidence, I rather suspect that yesterdays nearby "tornadoes" were just extreme gusts associated with the thunderstorms just off Lands End.

The what seems like the daily closure of the main railway line at Dawlish will definitely take place later today. Forget Brexit, I do wonder how England can manage being so regularly cut off from Cornwall.

Graham
Penzance


The EA Herberts can't tell their am from their pm
https://flood-warning-information.se...rea/111WATCHXH

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On 09/11/2018 12:57, N_Cook wrote:
On 09/11/2018 10:14, Graham Easterling wrote:
Weather quickly going downhill again. Gusts already approaching 50mph
at Lands End. 97mm of rain in Penzance so far this month.

Due to lack of photographic evidence, I rather suspect that yesterdays
nearby "tornadoes" were just extreme gusts associated with the
thunderstorms just off Lands End.

The what seems like the daily closure of the main railway line at
Dawlish will definitely take place later today. Forget Brexit, I do
wonder how England can manage being so regularly cut off from Cornwall.

Graham
Penzance


The EA Herberts can't tell their am from their pm
https://flood-warning-information.se...rea/111WATCHXH


I misread
This alert is issued for the high tide at Christchurch Harbour at 9.45pm
today,
as
This alert is issued for Christchurch Harbour at 9.45pm today,
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On Friday, November 9, 2018 at 12:19:05 PM UTC, wrote:
On Friday, November 9, 2018 at 10:14:19 AM UTC, Graham Easterling wrote:
Weather quickly going downhill again. Gusts already approaching 50mph at Lands End. 97mm of rain in Penzance so far this month.

Due to lack of photographic evidence, I rather suspect that yesterdays nearby "tornadoes" were just extreme gusts associated with the thunderstorms just off Lands End.

The what seems like the daily closure of the main railway line at Dawlish will definitely take place later today. Forget Brexit, I do wonder how England can manage being so regularly cut off from Cornwall.

Graham
Penzance


It's a huge low pressure.
These things are bigger than Cornwall and Devon.

Restrictions on Tamar bridge due to gale force winds.
Problems with Torpoint car ferries. Restrictions here too.

And Cornwall voted for Brexit. LOL.
Sad really.


Len
Wembury


The swell isn't as big as this time yesterday, in fact it's not that much at all for winter - it can be twice the size and there's actually a lull in the swell today. https://magicseaweed.com/Sennen-Surf-Report/4/ https://www..ndbc.noaa.gov/station_p...?station=62107

But it is VERY VERY rough, and the waves are throwing seaweed across the prom at low tide! The wind is the worst direction for Mount's Bay.The southerly wind's forecast to be at it's worst for Dawlish around high tide. Now gusting 60mph at Lands End. I'm sure moving the line out to sea will really help.

Cornwall didn't vote for 'BREXIT'. Apart from the fact a County is a geographical area which hasn't got the vote, the turnout was around 70%, so approx 36% of the Cornish population voted for BREXIT. The majority weren't bothered or voted to remain.

100mm now reached for November.

Graham
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Graham Easterling writes
The what seems like the daily closure of the main railway line at
Dawlish will definitely take place later today. Forget Brexit, I do
wonder how England can manage being so regularly cut off from Cornwall.


The closure of the inland route across Dartmoor some fifty years ago
does look to have been rather short-sighted.
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that man can never learn anything from history."
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