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My room shook like a box . The shaking kept going for a while unlike the previous tremor - few years ago. As I stood up I felt dizzy because the tremor kept going for a while.

Since I came to the UK - more than ten years ago - I 've seen two tremors and one Tornado! What's next ?
Are you sure it wasn't just the earth moving?
 

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Always up till 6 am :)
Tremors are fun compared to tornados: in a second my upstairs' neighbour roof was in front of my flat and smashed into the front door. Luckily nobody was there at that time.

English weather is far from dull and boring. It's becoming more and more exciting those days.
 

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And it's only going to get worse and worse! And it's always going to be the same places that flood unless some serious work is done to prevent damage to housing and business' etc!
 

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Everyone was talking about it last week, i am glad i didn't felt it. Its seems Tremors are going to be a yearly fixture here in the uk.:eek:
 
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