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Thread: Weather watch!

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    Weather watch!

    Donít know if this has been mentioned, and I know the drainage is good at NYS, but do you think the Stoke game is in any danger?

    Forecast from BBC is not good - torrential rain from tonight and all day tomorrow and Wednesday.

    Copied from BBC weather:

    Yellow warning of rain for South Yorkshire
    Updated 18 January at 14:18 GMT
    From
    00:00 GMT on Tue 19 January
    To
    12:00 GMT on Thu 21 January
    Spells of prolonged and heavy rain may lead to flooding and disruption to travel in places.
    - Homes and businesses could be flooded, causing damage to some buildings
    - Fast flowing or deep floodwater is possible, causing a danger to life
    - Delays or cancellations to train and bus services are possible
    - Spray and flooding could lead to difficult driving conditions and some road closures
    - Some communities may be cut off by flooded roads
    - Possible power cuts and loss of other services to some homes and businesses

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    So the groundsman will need his brolly when he goes out to turn the sprinklers on

    Seriously though the approach road on Don Street might be flooded.

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    This is when we could do with Albert and his team forking the pitch

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    Quote Originally Posted by flourbasher View Post
    This is when we could do with Albert and his team forking the pitch
    Lol and replacing divots at half time

    Millers folklore

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    Was about this time last year the prime minister was mopping out a shop in Matlock.

    Letís see how we cope this year?

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    Another reason for the Pigs not to play, seeing how Swillsbro turns into a mud bath.....they're timing it right so when the League's suspended, they stay up.

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    ....don't forget that the BBC always bull it up, ever since Michael Fish," tell your friend in France there's no Hurricane coming"........yeah!! South coast nearly ended up in East Anglia...

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    Quote Originally Posted by avondalemiller View Post
    ....don't forget that the BBC always bull it up, ever since Michael Fish," tell your friend in France there's no Hurricane coming"........yeah!! South coast nearly ended up in East Anglia...
    And the BBC has gone further downhill since then

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    Sand bags have been delivered or are being delivered, 4 each house to the poor buggers that weíre flooded bad near Dinnington

    Hope theyíve moved upstairs

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    Where about was that ? There is no river near Dinnington ? Alston Brook Maybe ?

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