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Top Ten - Britain's Wettest Cities
02 March 2016 18:22 Post ID: #544652
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Here are Britain's wettest cities' average rainfall per year.





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02 March 2016 18:26 Post ID: #544653 - in reply to #544652
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How lucky are we...none of those near us!!
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02 March 2016 19:23 Post ID: #544663 - in reply to #544652
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Been to them all but Glasgow.

Preston, Huddersfield and Manchester I've definitely been in the rain! Carlisle in the snow! Can't recall it ever raining in Blackpool when I've been though
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02 March 2016 19:34 Post ID: #544671 - in reply to #544652
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Really, re Blackpool Caz? We've got soaked loads of times, and it wasn't swimming in the sea, lol!!

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02 March 2016 21:54 Post ID: #544688 - in reply to #544652
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Well I can't recall it raining when I've been to a game and never went much as a child and not been much as an adult just to Blackpool because I don't like it
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26 September 2016 15:43 Post ID: #553290 - in reply to #544688
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Oh oh, Huddersfield's near the top and we're playing there tomorrow.

Not to worry, I've looked on the weather forecast and the sun will be out from around midday on Tuesday.
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26 September 2016 15:46 Post ID: #553291 - in reply to #544652
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rybel_b - 2/3/2016 6:22 PM

Here are Britain's wettest cities' average rainfall per year.



Funny, I always thought it was Manchester that was the wettest.
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26 September 2016 22:46 Post ID: #553312 - in reply to #544652
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It's a pity we aren't playing them until 7.45 tomorrow night!!!
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26 September 2016 22:47 Post ID: #553313 - in reply to #553312
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I think the wettest football ground I've ever been to was Saltergate - got soaked, and I mean soaked, there at least three times!
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28 September 2016 00:30 Post ID: #553352 - in reply to #553313
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Yes I was there when we all got soaked Caz, but at least we got the win, and at a ground where we very rarely got anything.

The worst rain that I've seen at any ground was a few years back and it was a midweek night game at Accrington that got called off, so a wasted journey.
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28 September 2016 10:27 Post ID: #553372 - in reply to #544652
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Oh yes I remember it well, TK! We paddled through the car park to pick our tickets up from the office - I had a problem with my brolly and hit Danny Hylton who was on loan from us to Stanley and was simply stood in the way in the office (I did apologise!) - then we paddled back to the turnstiles and I tried to get to the loo which was under water so had to paddle to the home loos at the other side of the ground. The ref came out and insisted on trying to bounce the ball, well it obviously didn't and the game was called off. Then they made us wait in rain to get tickets for the re-arranged game!

A good night was had by all - not!
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29 September 2016 16:55 Post ID: #553415 - in reply to #553372
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We were there early Caz and I tried to get a bit of shelter under the "over hang" of their main stand and a steward took pity on me and opened the gate and let me stand inside. I showed him that I'd got a ticket and he said "you might as well stay here then", which I'd decided to do.
I had the pleasure of seeing the referee, stood just a couple of yards in front of me, testing the roll of the ball through the puddles, and the ball was just sticking there and it was obvious to all present that the game was going to be called off.
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30 September 2016 10:17 Post ID: #553449 - in reply to #544652
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We were daft going really weren't we!
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01 October 2016 03:03 Post ID: #553484 - in reply to #553449
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We didn't expect the weather to be as bad as it was though Caz, did we, and in any case, as you know all too well, it's just the chance you take.

Didn't you travel all the way down to Torquay? a few season's back only for the game to be called off because of snow? (or was it somewhere else), my memory isn't so good these days.
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01 October 2016 09:45 Post ID: #553499 - in reply to #544652
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No, it was Torquay and yes we got about an hour away and turned back then got caught in snow on the motorway - left home at 6am got back home at midnight and hadn't set foot out of the coach!
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01 October 2016 09:47 Post ID: #553500 - in reply to #544652
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Did the same going to one of the Bristol games too - phoned them before we set off and was told no problems their end. Phoned them again at the services, 'all fine here' they told us. Half-an-hour later we get a phone call from the former Rotherham kitman to say the Ref had just arrived (from Isle of Wight I believe) and said game off.

We were pleased I can tell you!!!
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