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[英伦广角] 2014-01-11 特大风暴持续肆虐英国 全国戒备

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Britain Braced For More Floods And Chaos


Forecasters are warning gusts of up to 70mph will hit western coasts early this morning - causing more floods and disruption.

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[Homework]2014-01-11 特大风暴持续肆虐英国 全国戒备

After the storm, the rain hitting the parts of the UK that really don't need it. C shore is perhaps best known for its floods, yet again parts of the town are swamp, a victim of its own geography. Where rivers converge, it's a familiar but frustrating view.
Personal opinion based on sort of twenty-five years of living here, I believe they don't dredge these rivers at all. So of course you get all the silt which comes down from the hill and everywhere else, it finds its way to the bottom, so you've got literally twenty yard feet of silt just built up and it leaves nowhere for the water to go.
In Daven, the search continues for missing teenager Henry Martin. He was out photgraphing the storm on Thursday and hasn't been seen since. And a 47-year old man died in Oxford after driving his mobility skooter along a submerged pathway. For the teams working flat out to try to manage these floods, they are dealing with the familiar scenario.
In winter the ground just doesn't dry out. You know, you don't get evaporation. The temperature isn't warm enough to allow the soil to dry out. So as soon as we go into the next waxbell, although there will be a bit capacity in the rivers that will soon, very soon to be taken up. So we could be back to square one. So I think certainly right to the end of this winter, we are going to need to be watching things very carefully.
It all comes from here, the swells of color that they analyse so closely at the meteor office.
To be honest, I put it in because they are up to the exception, those waves.
The chief forecaster on duty Eddie has worked through three decades of weather. To see wave after wave of storms, he is unusual.
This feature here is really whipping out some big waves way out the Atlantic at the moment and they are gonna travel east towards the UK for tomorrow. It's quite a large swell and that's going to add to the wind waves and generate some large waves and surges.
In K part of this beach site, cafe will have to be dismantled when the storms have passed.
This rain has just lashed the west country all afternoon. This is F beach near U, Britain's surfer's paradise, while today it isn't.
So by morning, western Britain and island will again be pummeled by even bigger waves. For those on the front line, fixing the mess and drying out are still distant prospects.

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[Homework]2014-01-11 特大风暴持续肆虐英国 全国戒备

After the storm, the rain hitting the parts of the U.K. that really don't need it. T* G* shore is perhaps best known for its floods. Yet again, parts of the town are swamped, a victim of its own geography, where rivers converge. It's a familiar but frustrating view.-Person opinion based on sort of 25 years of living here, I believe they don't dredge these rivers at all. So of course, you've got all the silt which comes down from the hills and everywhere else. It finds its way to the bottom. You've got literally 20-odd feet of silt just built up, and it leaves nowhere for the water to go.
In Daven the search continues for missing teenager, Harry Martin. He was out photographing the storm on Thursday and hasn't been seen since. And a 47-year-old man died in Oxford after driving his mobility Skooter along a submerged pathway. For the teams working flat out to try to manage these floods, they are dealing with a familiar scenario.

-In the winter, the land just doesn't dry out. So you know, you don't get evaporation. The temperature isn't warm enough to allow the soil to dry out. So as soon as we go into the next wet spill, although there will be a bit capacity in the rivers, that will be very soon taken up. We could be back to square once, so I think certainly right through the remains of this winter, we're gonna need to be watching things very carefully.
It all comes from here, the swells of color that they analyze so closely at the me* office.
-To be honest, I put it in because they are up to the exceptional, those waves.
The chief forecaster on duty, Eddie Carroll, has worked through 3 decades of weather. To see wave after wave of storms is unusual.
-This feature here is really whipping up some big waves way out in the Atlantic at the moment. And they gonna travel eastwards towards U.K. for tomorrow. It's a quite large swell and that's going to add to the wind waves and generate some large waves and some surges.
In C* part of this beachside cafe will have to be dismantled, once the storms have passed.
-This rain has just lashed the west country all afternoon. This is F* Beach in N*, Britain's surfers' paradise, but not today it seems.
So by morning, western Britain island will again be pummelled by even bigger waves. For those on the front line, fixing the mess and drying out are still distant prospects.

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[Homework]2014-01-11 特大风暴持续肆虐英国 全国戒备

After the storm, the rain,hitting the parts of the UK that really don't need it. * shore is perhaps best known for its floods,yet again,parts of the town are swamped. A victim of its own geography where rivers converge, its a familiar but frustrating view.

“Personal opinion based on,sort of 25 years of living here,I believe they don't dredge these rivers at all. So of course, you get all the silt which comes down from the hill or as everywhere else,it finds its way to the bottom. So you've got literally,20 odd feet of silt just built up and it leaves nowhere for the water to go.”


In Daven, the search continues for a missing teenager Harry Martin. He was out photographing the storm on Thursday and hasn't been seen since. And a 47-year-old man died in Oxford after driving his mobility scooter along a submerged passway. For the teams working flat-out to try to manage these floods,they are dealing with a familiar scenario.  “No winter,the ground just doesn't dry out, so you know,you don't get evaporation,the temperatures aren't warm enough to allow the soil to dry out. So as soon as we go into the next wet spell,although there will be a bit * in the rivers, that would soon very soon be taken up we could be back to square one. So I think certainly right through the remains of this winter,we are going to need to be watching things very careful.”


It all comes from here,the swells of colour that they analyse so closely at the Met Office. “To be honestly, I put it in because they are up to the exceptional those waves.” The chief forecaster on duty Eddy Carroll has worked through 3 decades of weather to see wave after wave of storms is unusual. “This feature here is really whipping up some big waves, way out in the Atlantic at the moment, and they are going to travel eastwards towards UK for tomorrow,it's quite a large swell. And that's going to add to the wind waves and generate some large waves and some surges.”


In Cornwall, parts of this beachside cafe will have to be dismantled once the storms have passed. This rain has just lashed the west country all afternoon. This is Fistral Beach in Newquay, Britain surfer's paradise while not today,isn't it?So by morning western Britain and island will again be pummelled by even bigger waves. For those on the frontline,fixing the mess and drying out are still distant prospects.

This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
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After the storm, the rain hitting the parts of the UK that really don’t need it. Tewkesbury Gloucestershire perhaps best known for its floods. Yet gain parts of the town are swamped. A victim of its own geography where rivers converge, it’s a familiar but frustrating view.

“Personal opinion based on sort of 25 years of living here, I believe they don’t dredge these rivers at all. So of course you get all the silt which comes down from the hill as everywhere else. It finds its way to the bottom. So you’ve got literally 20 odd feet of silt just built up at it leaves nowhere for the water to go.”

In Devon, the surge continues for missing teenager Harry Martin. He was out photographing the storm on Thursday and hasn’t been seen since. And a 47-year-old man died in Oxford, after driving his mobility scooter along a submerged pathway. For the teams working flat-out to try managing these floods, they are dealing with a familiar scenario.

“In the winter, the ground just doesn’t dry out. You know, you don’t get evaporation. The temperatures aren’t warm enough to allow the soil to dry out, so as soon as we go into the next wet spell, although there will a bit X in the rivers, that would soon very soon be taken up. We could be back to square one. So I think certainly right through the remains of this winter, we are gonna need to be watching things very careful.”

It all comes from here, the swells of color that they analyze so closely at the Met office.

“To be honest, I put it in because they are up to the exceptional, those waves.”

The chief forecaster on duty Eddie Carroll has worked through three decades of weather. To see wave after wave of storms is unusual.

“This feature here is really whipping up some big waves, way out in the Atlantic at the moment. And they are going to travel eastwards towards UK for tomorrow. It’s quite a large swell. And that’s going to add to the wind waves and generate some large waves and some surges.”

In Cornwall, part of this beach site café will have to be dismantled once the storms have passed.

“This rain has just lashed the west country all afternoon. This is Fistral Beach in Newquay, Britain surfer's paradise. Well, not today, isn't it?”

So by morning western Britain and island will again be pummeled by even bigger waves. For those on the frontline, fixing the mess and drying out are still distant prospects.”
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