the unbelievable weather the UK has been suffering through.
I'm in the UK and its wet, very wet, its windy too.
I'm approaching 60 and I can remember many winters just like this one, unfortunately most people dont bother to use their memory, they just stare at
the box of lies and let it tell them what to believe.
There's nothing out of the ordinary going on, its all quite normal.
LOL, you guys crack me up with all your downplay.
You do realize that 80 mph winds are hurricane force? How many times now this winter alone have you had a hurricane? The UK has had more hurricanes
than the Atlantic, lol. But, of course, this is all completely normal. Floods are normal. 60 foot waves are normal. Thousands without power are
normal. 150-year old sea walls washed away are normal. Heavy snow storms are normal. This is the second year in a row of increasingly extreme weather
In this story below it says that these storms are being compared to one year, yes, that's right...one year - 1987. So, maybe that's the year you
remember, but I doubt you remember all those years when the weather was like this.
Warning of a 'danger to
life' remains in place
A few highlights
ACC Netherton said: "What has caught us by surprise is the strength of the wind and the direction. I would compare it to the storm of 1987, it has
had a significant impact."
Police received 400 calls about weather related incidents and 80 trees came down in Devon alone.
This morning there were 76 flood warnings and 213 flood alerts also in place, covering every area of England and Wales.
The bad weather comes as much of the South West continues to recover from wettest January on record.
In Dawlish a 30 metre section of coastal wall was washed away along with part of a platform from the railway which runs along the seafront.
Western Power Distribution said that their engineers had been working non stop and were attempting to restore power as quickly as possible. A
spokesman for the company said 75-80mph winds had caused "airborne debris" to fly into overhead lines.
In Berry Head, Devon, gusts of 91mph were recorded, whilst the Isle of Scilly recorded winds of 92mph last night.
And, this is just one of may storms that have battered you guys and you're forecasted for another one right after this one. Same story for the
Northeastern United States and other parts of Europe as well. Here is a thread about the coast of Portugal getting pounded lately.
You guys and your 'everything is normal' BS make yourselves look ridiculous when its obvious that things are a bit off. With that claim, you're
making your side of the argument look like you have nothing left to argue on. If you'd at least admit that things may be off a bit and then ask the
important questions of why, it would look a little better for your side. Admitting that things are off doesn't mean you're admitting that it was
man-made global warming that caused it, but to say that nothing is wrong here, what are we all arguing about is plain silly. Just my my opinion
What's happening? Greenland ice melt is disrupting the Gulf Stream which is causing extreme weather in parts of Europe and North America.