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Forget the National TV and Weather Forecasts.I live on he outskirts of Buxton, nothing but hills and dales, and frequent rain. If I want to know wether it's raining or not, I look outside.It may be p****ng it down in Bakewell, but sun shining like billy-=oh here, and the temperatuire will be at least 3 degrees colder than Hillsborough. One advantage we do have is an excellent Weather website, which is ACCURATE. It also has readers who travel in and out of Buxton for their own reasons, and who send in up-to date road weather conditions. For instance, I can tell you that nearby Baslow is flooded, the river level at Matlock is above double its normal level, there s a flood on the A6 on the outskirts of Dove Holes (The next village on the A6 road to Manchester) and there is local flooding onnthe Hope-Hathersage road.- Buxton Weather or  mh@22mh.com. .

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1 minute ago, LittleG said:

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Nice try.

 

:duntmatter:

 

 

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26 minutes ago, SiJ said:

South Yorkshire Police currently compiling a report to explain how the club are responsible for the river getting reyt high. 

 

South stand to be closed with all fans put into the Kop and possibly on top of the Kop roof. 

 

Ladders will not be provided. 

 

 

 

 

 

Don't even joke about it.

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18 hours ago, Ever the pessimist said:

This is nowhere near the scale of 2007. 

This morning reports say the Don has reached record level,  higher than 2007.

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7 minutes ago, LittleG said:

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That must have been one hell of a downpour to revert the lettering and logo on the seats on the Kop to how they were a few years ago

 

At least it weshed off all the Chansiri logos at the top of the South Stand lol

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10 minutes ago, owlZfan84 said:

 

Nice try.

 

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Didn't think anybody would fall for it!

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19 minutes ago, Woodsideowl said:

This morning reports say the Don has reached record level,  higher than 2007.

 

But obviously not in Sheffield. Otherwise there would have been more flooding. I appreciate that is because there are fewer blockages and better defences etc - but the fact is that in most of Sheffield the water levels were not as high as June 2007.

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5 minutes ago, EccOvOwl said:

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Julian Borner is mostly out of shot

 

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Been for a walk this morning through beeley woods and the level has dropped by over a meter there so with no more rain forecast for today it should start to drop further downstream. 

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Rumours flying round NANDO under house arrest due yesterdays floods. 

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Would not be surprised to see match be called off just in respect for people getting to and from the ground?

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9 minutes ago, Vic Flange said:

Would not be surprised to see match be called off just in respect for people getting to and from the ground?


lollollollollollollollollollollol

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12 minutes ago, Vic Flange said:

Would not be surprised to see match be called off just in respect for people getting to and from the ground?


Doesn’t wanna be,  is it just me or does Sheffield as a city just seem to give up at first sight of any kind of adverse weather 

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Aren't SYP and Sheffield council  already doing their best to stop people getting to the ground irrespective of

road or weather conditions. FFS.WTF:

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1 hour ago, Woodsideowl said:

This morning reports say the Don has reached record level,  higher than 2007.

In Doncaster 

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1 hour ago, EccOvOwl said:

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Oi....I saw that lol. UTO.

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