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PostSubject: hope   Mon Feb 08, 2016 1:43 pm

everyone in the uk are ok

About 19,000 homes are without power after Storm Imogen brought heavy rain and winds of up to 96mph to parts of southern Britain.
South-west England and south and mid-Wales have borne the brunt, with eastern areas to be hit later.
Waves of up to 19.1m (63ft) have been measured off the Cornish coast, and winds of 70-80mph felt in many areas.
Rail services are disrupted, some cross-Channel ferries cancelled and drivers urged to take extra care.
A Met Office amber severe weather warning for wind - meaning "be prepared" - in place for South Wales and south-west and southern England expired at 18:00 GMT.
BBC Weather forecaster Peter Sloss said there had not been winds as strong across such a wide area of southern Britain since two winters ago.
Winds of more than 70mph were recorded in many areas, including 81mph in the Isles of Scilly, 84mph in Pembrey Sands, Carmarthenshire.
The Met Office has confirmed that "phenomenal" sea conditions were recorded at several points offshore. Defined as waves of more than 14m (46ft), it is the highest level on the World Meteorological Scale.
Latest live updates from south-west England as Storm Imogen hits
The Environment Agency has issued more than 50 flood warnings, meaning flooding is expected and immediate action is required. These include several put in place by Natural Resources Wales.
There are about 180 flood alerts, meaning flooding is possible and be prepared.


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