I tend to use the weather forecasts from the Met. Office as I find
them more accurate than the BBC ones (even when the BBC is using Met.
Office data). However, I find the
Severe Weather Warnings
rather less useful.
Yesterday, within a minute after local sunset, the sky went pink.
More panic and despondency in Marlow. The waters today were higher
than on either of our previous visits.
Since we happened to be in Marlow again today, we thought we'd see how
things were getting on. The water seemed generally to be between nine
inches and a foot lower than last week.
Had a five-minute hailstorm just before noon today.
My wife heard about the flooding at Marlow, and we thought we'd go to
see what we could see. Several of the houses along the waterfront were
inaccessible by foot, though I didn't see any water actually above
door-sills. While I wasn't feeling in a particularly journalistic
mood, I took a few pictures with my phone.