East Lancashire braced for more high winds

Burnley and Pendle Citizen: East Lancashire braced for more high winds East Lancashire braced for more high winds

HIGH winds are expected to return to Lancashire but no severe weather alerts have yet been issued.

The Met Office predicts calm showery weather today.

But tomorrow looks set to bring another Atlantic low pressure system, heralding the arrival of more rain and wind.

A Met Office spokesman said: “There is some uncertainty currently in weather models about how this low pressure will develop as it travels across the Atlantic, however it does look like more rain is due.

“Accompanying this rain will also be some strong winds with the potential for gales in the south, but high winds in the north.

“The windy conditions are expected to have settled by Friday and the day will be bright and breezy with showers, wintry over hills, which should ease later.”

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3:50pm Wed 19 Feb 14

eastlancslad says...

High winds? Best stop those windmills turning, I'd hate to see them tear themselves to bits...
Mind you, I'm sure the wealthy people/companies who own/run them would not mind them stopped, 'cos they get paid more for producing nothing....
Couldn't make it up, could you!
High winds? Best stop those windmills turning, I'd hate to see them tear themselves to bits... Mind you, I'm sure the wealthy people/companies who own/run them would not mind them stopped, 'cos they get paid more for producing nothing.... Couldn't make it up, could you! eastlancslad

5:37pm Wed 19 Feb 14

abetterblackburn says...

With luck they may blow over us!
Just how high are they?
With luck they may blow over us! Just how high are they? abetterblackburn

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