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Originally posted by diddy1234
This reminds me of a series called 'broken news'.
A very funny series taking piss out of news and weather.
One weather man was saying ' and we are concerned for the Sussex area as they have not had any weather for the past 6 months'
Or another quote :-
'some blustery conditions coming in from the north with widespread disruption and blowing around a bit before the weather system goes off in some other direction'.
Originally posted by Deplume
I like the fact that OP hit the nail on the head a full 2 hours before BBC weather even started talking about it.
Originally posted by pinkstarbuck
What about the South of England, London/Essex area?
Originally posted by Freeborn
reply to post by watchdog8110
The daughter kindly took me to 'see a man about a dog' today and on the way home she nearly killed me.
I had to put the spare tyre on at the side of a reasonably busy road.
The wind was bitterly cold and I had trouble completing a relatively simple and familiar task as my hands were literally numb and I was bitterly cold throughout.
I'm not normally that bothered about cold but the wind was strong and absolutely nithering.
If travelling anywhere tomorrow please take adequate precautions and prepare for any eventuallity as it is going to be far worse tomorrow and probably Friday.
As for me, I'm even giving up visiting the pub and am going to cabin up with a few tinnies, crisps and nibbles, a bit of the other and watch some catch-up TV.