Here in Hatfield, all I got was a bit wet. It was slightly more windy @DaveP Where in Hertfordshire are you, it's a big place
I can report that Leicester appears to be lightly effected up to now.
When I stepped out the door this morning a slight gust ruffled my hair a bit. I considered turning back but braved it.
Trees down, but mostly cleared from the road at 9 when I ventured out to drive to work. No kids, no teachers; bliss!
Trains up the spout, TfL failing, Boat not calling at all stops this morning so I'm working from home today and works great, RDC to my PC at work so thats sorted and launch Lync here on my PC at home so my phone is here with me and all is good and got my Blueberry should anything worse happen :) Can enjoy the blue skys over London and stay dry and not get blown away :) @Domino is doing the same as his trip into the office is further than mine and probably has worse train issues still than myself as I know the DLR is running more now than it was first thing this morning.
Just work as usual for me - no KFC or anything good, sigh :(
Storm in a teacup.
Some bright spark across the street thought it would still be OK to stick out their box of recycling waste for collection this morning. You can imagine what happened to it during the night...
I left Portsmouth at half 7 this morning and made it into Canterbury by 10am... no disruption to me at all - just a windy day.
From Herts, Watford and working near Heathrow.
The number one thing that made me happier today on the more painful than usual public transport was the fact that 90% the staff are not in :rolleyes: