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Twitter achieves ‘perfect storm’

An unprecedented wave of tweets on Twitter expressing outrage reached a phenomenal 8.5 on the Beaufort scale yesterday. The tweets, initially reported at 6.4, were still quite shallow and manageable up until a further barage escalated into a violent Twitter storm.

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Posted: Jan 18th, 2014
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Met Office issues ASBO

‘We have issued severe weather warning after severe weather warning. Nothing has worked.’

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Posted: Jan 2nd, 2014
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London awarded George Cross for braving storm

Mayor Boris Johnson praised his fellow Londoners as ‘crikey, yipes, a bloody good bunch of blokes and . . . you know, the others . . . salt of the earth, what?’ Whilst nobody really understood what Boris was going on about, it was widely acknowledged that the capital had endured a day as bad as any since the Blitz.

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Posted: Oct 30th, 2013
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Storm hits southern England, dinner parties in crisis

After a hurricane-force storm hit the south of England, food hoarding has led to a run on essentials like olive oil and organic asparagus. Home Counties housewives have recalled stories told by their mothers of the 1987 storm, where families were left unable to the host even the most basic dinner party.

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Posted: Oct 28th, 2013
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Michael Fish ‘relaxed’ ahead of Cornwall fishing trip

Semi-retired weather forecaster Michael Fish is preparing to ‘let his hair down’ over the next few days by heading to the Cornish Coast with family and friends on a three-day mackerel fishing trip.

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Posted: Oct 27th, 2013
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