it peaked at 80 mph yesterday. I have never felt anything like it apart from bagging Munroes on unsuitable days in scotland. But that was up a mountain not down at sea level.Wow! I heard there were 100+mph winds in the UK. That dip could explain it
Do you use a stiff putty knife scraper or pull scrapers (or both) ? I'm always torn,....I couldn’t heatgun my toerails yesterday due to 50mph winds. It’s too bad, I got 40’ on the port side varnish free on Thursday and woke early to get the starboard side finished off. Been so cold in the American Jersey that I haven’t been able to get much work done.
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I’m happy to report that those horrible drips are finally gone. I can’t remember if I did that or one of my part time, work for beer friends.
02/19/2022 10:13am EST
LONDON (AP) — Crews cleared fallen trees and worked to restore power to about 400,000 people in Britain as Western Europe cleaned up Saturday after one of the most damaging storms in years.
At least 12 people were killed, many by falling trees, in Ireland, Britain, Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany. Named Storm Eunice by the British and Irish weather services, and Storm Zeynep in Germany, Friday’s storm was the second to hit the region in a week.
Winds toppled the spire of a church in Wells, southwest England, ripped off parts of the domed roof of London’s O2 Arena and left a trail of felled trees and damaged buildings across several countries.
A gust of 122 miles an hour (196 kilometers an hour) was provisionally recorded Friday on the Isle of Wight. If confirmed, it would be the highest ever in England. Hurricane-force winds begin at 74 mph.