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    She's called Ophelia and she's large, violent and furious. :afraid:
    https://twitter.com/seismo_steve/sta...g-live-updates

    Expect all sorts of winds, things blowing about, gusty evenings. :yep:

    Effects most marked in the West and North, especially Ireland, Wales and Scotland.

    Here in London, we are of course, utterly untouched. :smug:

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    The sky's gone a funny orange/red colour here in Birmingham, apparently it's dust from the Sahara that this storm's blown up with it
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    (Original post by moonkatt)
    The sky's gone a funny orange/red colour here in Birmingham, apparently it's dust from the Sahara that this storm's blown up with it
    It's like I'm living in Blade Runner
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    (Original post by moonkatt)
    The sky's gone a funny orange/red colour here in Birmingham, apparently it's dust from the Sahara that this storm's blown up with it
    Strange. :eek4:

    I would like to experience the Eye of a hurricane, but without the rest of it.
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    Oh please. It's barely category 1. I've passed wind faster than that.
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    (Original post by Guru Jason)
    Oh please. It's barely category 1. I've past wind faster than that.
    It's still officially a hurricane, which is kinda cool, unless you're inside it.
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    I had Business Studies first and second and the lighting gradually got more intense due to the increasing darkness of the sky outside. Never seen such a miserable grey sky without the rainfall to accompany it.
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    (Original post by Fullofsurprises)
    She's called Ophelia and she's large, violent and furious. :afraid:
    https://twitter.com/seismo_steve/sta...g-live-updates

    Expect all sorts of winds, things blowing about, gusty evenings. :yep:

    Effects most marked in the West and North, especially Ireland, Wales and Scotland.

    Here in London, we are of course, utterly untouched. :smug:

    It's all grand, we got a day off school today hahaha so all good in Northern Ireland
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    Queen's University emailed us at this morning at 8:57 to tell us afternoon classes were cancelled.

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    (Original post by Fullofsurprises)
    She's called Ophelia and she's large, violent and furious. :afraid:
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    (Original post by Captain Jack)
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    I was going to do this. :sad:
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    (Original post by Paracosm)
    I was going to do this. :sad:
    Shall I remove these posts so you can get in there? I'm fine with that :lol:
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    Fullofsurprises


    Currently looks likes this outside my window.



    :cool:
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    (Original post by Captain Jack)
    Shall I remove these posts so you can get in there? I'm fine with that :lol:
    Nah it's okay :rofl2: you got there fair and square!
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    not quite Irma.
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    (Original post by ChaoticButterfly)
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    Currently looks likes this outside my window.



    :cool:
    here's mine


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    (Original post by Knightoflogic)
    here's mine


    :rofl:

    Bloody show off!

    I am looking out over the office fridge to scenes of indescribable boredom.
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    An expert on the radio says that Saharan dust weevils and beetles will be arriving in force in the dust. He says do not be alarmed.
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    I can't be the only one that can only think about Ophelia by the lumineers playing in the background whilst this furious winds uproot trees up and down the nation.
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