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JR8 wrote:'Heads down, this is going to be a big one!'
My internal barometer (a head-tweak) has dropped of a cliff. And one minute ago was 'the wind before the storm'...
Let's pray for some most welcome rain!!
It has been raining in Tuas since 12.30pm...
sundaymorningstaple wrote:Back in 2008 we had 'em Bishan, AMK and surrounds about the size of a five cent piece.
I remember driving around in the Mid-west (US) and seeing some cars absolutely pock-marked with dents (like 'car acne'), 5000 dings all over.
Mid-west (OH/IL)/East US (NYC down to Virginia) is the only place I've seen this...
Must be serious though, to cause such damage.
JR8 wrote:zzm9980 wrote:You can get amazing deals on hail damaged cars I those regions. Insurance companies usually write off the whole car.
Must be like dating a girl with acne...
More like acne-scarred. The kind of girl where her skin is bumpy from terrible teenage acne, but she can cover it up alright except in bright daylight.
Acne would be more like this:
back to original topic, a thread on Facebook started by some locals about the rain and hail almost immediately devovled into a " window crack can claim insurance ?" and blame Indo for cloud seeding discussion.
bgd wrote:It was just drizzle down town. Disappointing. It did look like it was going to be so much more.
This is something I've not noticed since I was last in SG a few years back: Here I get real physical triggers/flags on the weather.
I.e. I really feel/know in my head when a storm is coming in. I think it must be due to heavy/sudden changes in barometric pressure.
- Nothing anything like this happens to me back home. But I expect it's a thing farmers and shepherds are more attuned to...
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