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So, here comes a storm then...

With the news a fluster about the coming #Storm2013 (as twitter puts it) Thanet Star would like to wish everyone a safe and careful day.

The BBC have issued advice on getting through the storm intact so we hope that everyone in Thanet arrive safe and sound into Tuesday with nothing more than an interesting story to tell and maybe some pictures.

Are you staying at home rather than going to work (and is that just because the trains are not running)?

Have your plans been changed because of the forecast?

Do you think it will be dramatic or only slightly gusty?

Tell our readers all about it right here on the Thanet Star comments section.

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This Normal comment was left by Lynch [score: 0]:

Roads will probably be blocked by all the different coloured bins this lacluster council have given us.Brown and black and blue and red and grey and green.
27/10/2013 18:00:00

This Normal comment was left by Matt B [score: 0]:

If gusts do reach 60 Miles Per Hour then there will be stuff blown about. There is no doubt.
28/10/2013 01:37:35
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