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14th July 2010 POWER AND TREES DOWN DUE ............................................
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TO UNSEASONABLE WEATHER.
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Picture from the Symonds Yat Web Cam.

Unseasonable amounts of heavy rain and high winds in Ross-on-Wye and the surrounding area have been causing some disruption, bringing trees down locally.

The photo (left) from the Symonds Yat Web Cam cam located at Rose Cottage, shows a tree which was brought down overnight and also shows that river levels are beginning to rise again after the recent low water levels in the Wye.

Winds, with gusts here in Ross-on-Wye of up to 47.9 miles per hour have been recorded by the Wyenot weather station in Ross, which although low compared with what we usually see in March, with trees in full July leaf is enough to do some damage.

The power was flicking off and on during Thursday evening in Ross and went off completely in Wilton at approximately 10.00 pm.

(Current air pressure at 12.00 pm Friday: 996.1 Hpa and climbing.)



Our weather station has measured 40.5 mm of rain since 00.00 hours on Monday.
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