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Sue H
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Posted at 22:52 on 27th January 2014

While you guys in England are experiencing vast amounts of rain, we are in the middle of a HUGE drought.  We need some mountain snow really, really badly or Summer is going to be seeing us under huge water restrictions. 

So, can you send a bit (note I said a bit not all) of your rain over here, please.  

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Sue H
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Posted at 23:00 on 27th January 2014

I'll take arf, John. 

Hey, what happened with the subject line? Its got some weird symbols that I certainly didn't add.  

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Vince Hawthorn
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Posted at 23:02 on 27th January 2014
  gremlins !  they get everywhere these days.
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rustyruth
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Posted at 23:10 on 27th January 2014

Drought Surprised

Looking at our reservoirs a few moths ago I was worried, not any more they are all overflowing, the moors are soaked, I can't believe the speed of the change.

I've noticed the gremlins too. 

Sue, you are most welcome to some of our water. 

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Posted at 08:19 on 28th January 2014
Rained overnight, sun trying to break through clouds, light winds, but still beautiful England.
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andy dodds
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Posted at 08:44 on 28th January 2014

Raining again in South Yorks this morning 

Local river was quite high aswell

 http://www.environment-agency.gov.uk/homeandleisure/floods/riverlevels/120702.aspx?stationId=8027

 

There you go Andy



Edited by: james prescott at:28th January 2014 13:16
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rustyruth
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Posted at 13:33 on 28th January 2014
It's just overcast and dark here, would be nice to see the sun if only for a few minutes.
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james prescott
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Posted at 13:37 on 28th January 2014
Raining hard here and windy
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rustyruth
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Posted at 13:45 on 28th January 2014
That means it's on it's way here Frown
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Barbara Shoemaker
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Posted at 19:08 on 28th January 2014

I am currently referring to my neck of the woods as the frozen tundra.  We are experiencing our fourth arctic blast in as many weeks.  Looking forward to a slight warmup (above freezing) at the weekend along with a bit of rain which might at least clear the road salt and stuff off my car (until the next go round at least).  Come on, Spring!

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