Finally back from Amsterdam after IBC 2016; the weather was incredible. Weather wasn’t far off in the UK it seems. However on flying back to Manchester, we hit a massive storm. The flight was only meant to be 55mins but we were up in the air for 90min.
Think the storm over #Manchester was great or terrifying?
You should have seen it from a plane fly over and around it!
— Ian Forrester (@cubicgarden) September 13, 2016
On tweeting the above, Andrew sent a tweet.
— Andrew Bonney (@andrewbonney) September 13, 2016
On the review, it certainly looks about right, I certainly spotted a coast line.
To be fair once we finally landed and I tried to get a train home, I found out the train line was flooded and no trains were running from the Airport. They said the same was true of the tram but James seemed to get through? Ended up getting a Uber and being very surprised it wasn’t surge pricing. Felt a little sorry for most of the other people who were stuck waiting for trains. I was a little miffed but I didn’t know how bad things could have been or was in Manchester.
— Manchester City (@ManCity) September 13, 2016
Six flood warnings have been issued for parts of South Manchester and Stockport. It means homes are expected to be flooded.
— BBC Radio Manchester (@bbcradiomanc) September 13, 2016