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Live Panel - Wednesday, February 12, 2014
Updated 3:50pm Wednesday 12th February 2014 in News
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- Good morning, and welcome to The Argus website. There's a sense of deja vu here - yet again, it's all about the weather, and the weather is grim.
We have had gusts of wind up to 62mph in #Brighton & #Hove today. http://t.co/RDsw2zch3h #UKstorm— @BrightonHoveCC 12 February 2014
COAST ROAD. DUE TO HIGH WINDS services will not operate between Marine Gate and Rottingdean in either direction. Services are diverted 1/2— @BrightonHoveBus 12 February 2014
Brighton and Hove City Council has issued a warning to people to stay away from the beach today.
It says: "The seafront team are advising people to stay well away from the water's edge and to be extra vigilant of young children, holding their hands and keeping dogs on leads. Even on a calm day, steep drops on the beach, sea currents, undertow or a sudden change in weather can create life threatening hazards without warning."
It has also warned all its streetcleaning staff to avoid the area, and says pebbles will be removed from the promenade once the bad weather has passed.
A press conference with the Crawley suicide bomber's uncle is being held right now. We'll bring you everything from it as soon as we get it.
Brighton household waste site is closed, today due to severe weather. We are sorry for the inconvenience.— @RecyclingRefuse 12 February 2014
We are very concerned about possible rainfall totals on Friday and Saturday.On top of the rain we already have could give significant floods— @southdownsvg 12 February 2014
And some breaking news - anti-terror police are searching an address in Crawley.
A story sure to interest many - the West Pier Trust is expecting more collapses at the West Pier.
Those pesky ramblers eh? This pub has had to install parking meters to stop them clogging up its car park.
A lovely story here about how a thrifty cook from Heathfield has been overwhelmed with traffic to her blog by people seeking her £1 a day recipes
Oh dear - one of our first jobs these days is to check the Met Office website, and it looks like we're now subject to an amber wind warning from 10am.
The Met Office is warning of winds of up to 80mph along the south coast.
And more weather while we're at it:
The biggest weather story this morning is the lightning strikes causing delays on trains in West Sussex.
And that's not the only weather-related traffic and travel-related havoc - click here for our live traffic and travel news for the latest details.
Good morning, and welcome to The Argus website. There's a sense of deja vu here - yet again, it's all about the weather, and the weather is grim.
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