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General Chat Thread, So it's going to be wet then! in General; Yep. Certainly wet in the Lake District The Westmorland Gazette photographs of news, sports, events, shows, in print, online, and ...
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    Yep. Certainly wet in the Lake District

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    We're still opening tomorrow though as of 6 o'clock today. Final descision being taken at 6.30 am tomorrow apparently!

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    We've got off lucky here in Preston, unlike just up the road in Cumbria. Almost zero rain, with little to come (I hope). I was lookign at doing a weekend in the lakes staying in Keswick and a couple of other locations in a couple of weeks time, but judgeing by the pictures on the news this evening there arn't going to be that many dry places left!

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    Looks pretty grim up north. In the BBC article about flooding in Cockermouth even says "Police are also advising against fell-walking in Cumbria."

    Seriously, would anyone consider fell walking in this weather?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by localzuk View Post
    Looks pretty grim up north. In the BBC article about flooding in Cockermouth even says "Police are also advising against fell-walking in Cumbria."

    Seriously, would anyone consider fell walking in this weather?!
    I daresay they warning the cavers not to go out too

    Even the outdoor enthusiasts with the lowest IQs will probably have worked out that staying at home is the better option this wekend!

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