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Sunday, 27 October 2013
Battening Down the Hatches!
The weather forecast for England has been for heavy rain and severe gale force winds, the prediction is for the worse since 1987.
In 1987, I was living inland and in Surrey and can recall the devastation those heavy winds caused.
This morning as I looked out of our bedroom window towards the sea, I could see several tankers, with heavy loads, moored awaiting to dock at Teignmouth Docks. I sure do not envy those guys on those vessels.
The weather has been somewhat dubious all day. Teignmouth is on the coast and is between the second and third named place on the map; in the red bit!
By mid afternoon the wind was starting to pick up and by early evening the rain had started to fall. Now, just approaching midnight, the rain is falling very heavily and the winds are pretty severe. The prediction is for the worse to occur at around 3am.
Meanwhile, hubby has gone to bed, I am just finishing my bedtime tea and then I shall be away to bed, listening to the wind as it rages. So very glad that I am not out on the sea tonight.
"See" you all on the other side!