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Storm damage in Gloucester

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« on: July 17, 2010, 07:31:47 pm »

No, sorry Martin- I have an anemometer   but the houses round here would have caused a false reading I'm sure and where the tree is ,is a mile and a half away.. Is there somewhere where the strength would be recorded for Gloucester ? I've googled that but to no avail.   I was wondering if it might have been SLW's but it did ocurr to me it might just have been because of the full foliage but the tree looks young and healthy. We've had more severe winter  gales with no foliage  present and no damage - dunno tbh.
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