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Happy New Year!

Wishing you all a Happy New Year from all of us here at South West Storm Chasers. Thank you for all your support during 2020 and let’s raise a glass to a better 2021 for us all.

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Follower Photo: Karl Wood

This image was taken and kindly sent in by Karl Wood. It is so stunning, I had added it to our main banner of the page for a few days. Well done Karl for capturing the stunning sunsets we have had of late.

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Latest on potential storm active

Just thought I’d touch base with you all regarding the current weather situation and where we are with it. Firstly I do hope we get a decent amount of storms throughout the 2020 season to chase especially now were all set up ready to intercept and potentially chase bringing you

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Following storm chase

A much-needed photo after the live chase.  Successful first storm chase of the season which took us from Plymouth up to Launceston then tracking East along the A30 ending up in Woodbury Common (Photo) to finish. Thank you to everyone who joined on the journey and hope you all enjoyed

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Why are we seeing such a prolonged dry spell of weather?

Good afternoon everyone. Many have been wondering why we have had such a dry spell since early April and seen a lot of people commenting that it could be down to less air and road traffic pollution. Well this isn’t scientific proven and no evidence to say otherwise. Met speaking,

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Supporting our local dogs & cats home

Gables Farm, Dogs & Cats Home Coronavirus Crisis Appeal  Can you help us please during this very uncertain time? As many of you are aware, we are currently closed to the public. We have also had to cancel all our boarding bookings and all events up to the end of

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Latest news from Nay’s farm

Good evening! I did promise you another update, but it’s been a very busy day, so I haven’t had chance to do it until now! So, this morning I said that Minty looked like she was going to lamb, and on closer inspection, she was…along with the other 2!! I’m

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Latest from Nay’s farm

Not weather related but I did promise you all an update! So, one of my ewes decided I should start the day in a rather dramatic fashion! She had a prolapse, which I was unable to get back in and I feared she had a condition called ring womb. In

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