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What time will Storm Francis hit Greater Manchester? Hour by hour forecast for every borough with weather warning in place

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What time will Storm Francis hit Greater Manchester? Hour by hour forecast for every borough with weather warning in place

Storm Francis is set to hit most parts of the UK on Tuesday, including across Greater Manchester.

Forecasters say a deep area of low pressure will cross the country tonight, with the Met Office issuing a yellow weather warning for tomorrow until midday on Wednesday.

While some parts of the UK could be battered by winds of up to 70mph, the highest forecast for our region is gusts at 40mph, along with heavy rain throughout the day.

Chief meteorologist at the Met Office Andy Page said: “The UK is in for another unseasonably wet and windy spell with Storm Francis arriving on Tuesday.

“There will be strong winds and heavy rain, especially in the west of the UK.”

Heavy rain is predicted to fall early in the morning across all 10 boroughs, with thunder set to strike at around lunchtime.

Strong wind and heavy rain is forecast

In the majority of areas, strong wind picks up in the evening with gusts at around 38mph at around 10pm.

Each borough has a yellow weather warning in place for both wind and rain, which means transport services could be affected while flooding is likely.

Here’s the hour-by-hour weather forecast for Tuesday, August 25, for Manchester, Stockport, Wigan, Salford, Tameside, Trafford, Oldham, Bury, Bolton, and Rochdale.

Manchester

7am – heavy rain, 28mph wind, 15c

8am – heavy rain, 28mph wind, 16c

9am – heavy rain, 31mph wind, 16c

10am – light rain, 33mph wind, 16c

11am – light rain, 32mph wind, 17c

12pm – thunder, 33mph wind, 18c

1pm – thunder, 32mph wind, 19c

2pm – light rain, 33mph wind, 19c

3pm – light rain, 35mph wind, 18c

4pm – heavy rain, 34mph wind, 18c

5pm – heavy rain, 32mph wind, 17c

6pm – heavy rain, 32mph wind, 16c

7pm – heavy rain, 31mph wind, 16c

8pm – heavy rain, 37mph wind, 16c

9pm – heavy rain, 37mph wind, 15c

10pm – heavy rain, 38mph wind, 15c

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Weather warnings are in place for Tuesday and Wednesday

Oldham

7am – heavy rain, 31mph wind, 14c

8am – heavy rain, 31mph wind, 14c

9am – heavy rain, 32mph wind, 15c

10am – light rain, 35mph wind, 15c

11am – light rain, 34mph wind, 16c

12pm – thunder, 33mph wind, 17c

1pm – thunder, 34mph wind, 17c

2pm – light rain, 34mph wind, 17c

3pm – light rain, 37mph wind, 17c

4pm – heavy rain, 37mph wind, 16c

5pm – heavy rain, 35mph wind, 15c

6pm – heavy rain, 34mph wind, 15c

7pm – heavy rain, 32mph wind, 15c

8pm – heavy rain, 32mph wind, 15c

9pm – heavy rain, 36mph wind, 14c

10pm – heavy rain, 36mph wind, 14c

Rochdale

7am – heavy rain, 21mph wind, 15c

8am – heavy rain, 22mph wind, 15c

9am – heavy rain, 22mph wind, 15c

10am – light rain, 26mph wind, 15c

11am – light rain, 25mph wind, 16c

12pm – thunder, 25mph wind, 17c

1pm – heavy rain, 28mph wind, 17c

2pm – thunder, 27mph wind, 18c

3pm – heavy rain, 26mph wind, 17c

4pm – heavy rain, 26mph wind, 16c

5pm – heavy rain, 26mph wind, 16c

6pm – heavy rain, 25mph wind, 16c

7pm – heavy rain, 24mph wind, 16c

8pm – heavy rain, 27mph wind, 15c

9pm – heavy rain, 27mph wind, 15c

10pm – heavy rain, 27mph wind, 14c

Wigan

7am – heavy rain, 30mph wind, 15c

8am – heavy rain, 32mph wind, 15c

9am – heavy rain, 35mph wind, 15c

10am – heavy rain, 35mph wind, 15c

11am – heavy shower, 31mph wind, 17c

12pmthunder, 31mph wind, 18c

1pm – light rain, 34mph wind, 19c

2pm – light rain, 32mph wind, 19c

3pm – heavy rain, 32mph wind, 18c

4pm – heavy rain, 30mph wind, 17c

5pm – heavy rain, 30mph wind, 17c

6pm – heavy rain, 30mph wind, 16c

7pm – heavy rain, 33mph wind, 16c

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8pm – heavy rain, 39mph wind, 15c

9pm – heavy rain, 39mph wind, 15c

10pm – heavy rain, 40mph wind, 15c

Trafford

7am – heavy rain, 28mph wind, 15c

8am – heavy rain, 29mph wind, 15c

9am – heavy rain, 33mph wind, 16c

10am – light rain, 34mph wind, 16c

11am – light shower, 34mph wind, 17c

12pm – thunder, 34mph wind, 19c

1pm – thunder, 34mph wind, 19c

2pm – light shower, 33mph wind, 19c

3pm – light rain, 35mph wind, 18c

4pm – heavy rain, 34mph wind, 17c

5pm – heavy rain, 34mph wind, 17c

6pm – heavy rain, 33mph wind, 17c

7pm – heavy rain, 31mph wind, 16c

8pm – heavy rain, 37mph wind, 16c

9pm – heavy rain, 37mph wind, 15c

10pm – heavy rain, 39mph wind, 15c

Bury

7am – heavy rain, 26mph wind, 15c

8am – heavy rain, 26mph wind, 15c

9am – heavy rain, 29mph wind, 15c

10am – light rain, 32mph wind, 15c

11am – light rain, 31mph wind, 16c

12pm – thunder, 31mph wind, 18c

1pm – thunder, 32mph wind, 18c

2pm – light rain, 34mph wind, 19c

3pm – heavy rain, 33mph wind, 17c

4pm – heavy rain, 32mph wind, 17c

5pm – heavy rain, 31mph wind, 16c

6pm – heavy rain, 31mph wind, 16c

7pm – heavy rain, 29mph wind, 16c

8pm – heavy rain, 34mph wind, 15c

9pm – heavy rain, 36mph wind, 15c

10pm – heavy rain, 36mph wind, 15c

Stockport

7am – heavy rain, 29mph wind, 15c

8am – heavy rain, 29mph wind, 15c

9am – heavy rain, 34mph wind, 16c

10am – light rain, 34mph wind, 16c

11am – light rain, 34mph wind, 17c

12pm – thunder, 34mph wind, 19c

1pm – light rain, 34mph wind, 19c

2pm – light rain, 37mph wind, 19c

3pm – heavy rain, 36mph wind, 18c

4pm – heavy rain, 36mph wind, 18c

5pm – heavy rain, 35mph wind, 16c

6pm – heavy rain, 34mph wind, 16c

7pm – heavy rain, 32mph wind, 16c

8pm – heavy rain, 36mph wind, 15c

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9pm – heavy rain, 36mph wind, 15c

10pm – heavy rain, 39mph wind, 15c

Bolton

7am – heavy rain, 26mph wind, 14c

8am – heavy rain, 28mph wind, 15c

9am – heavy rain, 30mph wind, 15c

10am – light rain, 32mph wind, 15c

11am – light rain, 31mph wind, 16c

12pm – thunder, 32mph wind, 17c

1pm – thunder, 33mph wind, 18c

2pm – light rain, 33mph wind, 15c

3pm – heavy rain, 32mph wind, 17c

4pm – heavy rain, 32mph wind, 17c

5pm – heavy rain, 30mph wind, 16c

6pm – heavy rain, 31mph wind, 16c

7pm – heavy rain, 31mph wind, 15c

8pm – heavy rain, 37mph wind, 15c

9pm – heavy rain, 37mph wind, 15c

10pm – heavy rain, 38mph wind, 15c

Tameside

7am – heavy rain, 29mph wind, 15c

8am – heavy rain, 29mph wind, 15c

9am – heavy rain, 31mph wind, 15c

10am – light rain, 34mph wind, 16c

11am – light rain, 33mph wind, 17c

12pm – thunder, 34mph wind, 18c

1pm – thunder, 33mph wind, 19c

2pm – light rain, 36mph wind, 19c

3pm – light rain, 34mph wind, 18c

4pm – heavy rain, 35mph wind, 17c

5pm – heavy rain, 33mph wind, 16c

6pm – heavy rain, 32mph wind, 16c

7pm – heavy rain, 32mph wind, 16c

8pm – heavy rain, 35mph wind, 15c

9pm – heavy rain, 37mph wind, 15c

10pm – heavy rain, 37mph wind, 15c

Salford

7am – heavy rain, 27mph wind, 15c

8am – heavy rain, 28mph wind, 15c

9am – heavy rain, 31mph wind, 15c

10am – heavy rain, 32mph wind, 16c

11am – light rain, 32mph wind, 17c

12pm – light rain, 33mph wind, 18c

1pm – thunder, 33mph wind, 19c

2pm – light shower, 35mph wind, 19c

3pm – light rain, 34mph wind, 18c

4pm – heavy rain, 33mph wind, 17c

5pm – heavy rain, 31mph wind, 16c

6pm – heavy rain, 32mph wind, 16c

7pm – heavy rain, 31mph wind, 16c

8pm – heavy rain, 36mph wind, 15c

9pm – heavy rain, 37mph wind, 15c

10pm – heavy rain, 39mph wind, 15c

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RAMMSTEIN @ Estádio da Luz, Lisbon

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Four years have passed since Stadium tour belonging RAMMSTEIN started in Germany. Much more since the itinerary was originally announced, and given the pandemic, it has been just under 365 days since tickets for the Portugal concert went on sale. However, after such a long wait for the return of the German band to the national soil, the day finally came when the titans of industrial metal honored us with their presence again. It was the stadium debut of a band that first visited us with two performances in 1998 at Paradise Garage and Hard Club and the national audience saw it grow step by step. Despite the absence we’ve been left with for the past decade (the last show here dates back to 2013 at the then Pavilhão Atlântico), the arrival of the Germans turned Lisbon into a black sea. In fact, a simple trip to the supermarket in the morning would be enough to realize that people from all over the country (and not only) have gathered there, the Portuguese almost all with backpacks on their backs, converging to host a group that is about to celebrate three decades careers. According to some, recent accusations that Till Lindemannthe band’s lead singer, has become the subject of much conversation on social media and the media in recent months – a story unfortunately repeated in the entertainment world.

Let’s face it, it was the national date for the third route Stadium tour on the Old Continent RAMMSTEIN arrived in Portugal in disgrace rather than grace. Even so, the metro ride to Estádio da Luz was electrifying. Inside, we were greeted by a sea of ​​people all along the useful perimeter, with bars packed to capacity and a cool breeze that began to rise in the late afternoon, chasing away any shadow of a potential stadium elephant. Whether you think about it or not, or realize that the future seems increasingly uncertain for the band (or for the band with Till), the truth is that everything is set to welcome you with open arms. You can understand why if you look ahead. A gigantic stage dominates the stadium with several towers dotted across the lawn. Up there, the gray sky is preparing to receive all the explosives that will be detonated all night. Let’s face it, it’s not every day that we go to a show where we have to spend a few very long minutes to even grasp the size and scope of everything that lies ahead of us. And yes, even though the lineup had been circulating widely since the start of the tour, expectations were still high for it. performance in itself. But let’s start because this scene is really impressive; built to recreate an impressive dystopian cityscape that could very well have emerged straight from the classic silent “Megapolis”from Fritz Lang, which is easily confused with the futuristic structure of the current SLB home. Result with the French ABELAR playing piano versions of the classic headliners (on a dais at midfield left), it was just right for a band with such a penchant for imposing, dramatic gestures to shine in all their glory.

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We could try to distort the text as much as we like, and at times it may even seem pointless to write about a show of force like that RAMMSTEIN. They are a HUGE, fiery band when needed; the choreography is thought out to the smallest detail – and, in truth, they have set the standard for what a great concert can be over the past two decades. with every tour becoming even larger and more imposing than the previous one, by this time nothing will allow them to give anything but an exceptional concert. Despite the restrictions, this unmissable event of the year also proved to be no exception to this rule, and once again the idea that no one represents a live show like these people was strengthened. The main export of German metal became famous for two reasons; they cause more explosions than a fireworks factory fire and play music at such a volume that it can often be heard 17 kilometers from where they play. Well, the same thing happened here, with a powerful and loud sound (perhaps too low in the place where we were present at the concert), well supported by sound towers strategically placed so that everyone can hear everything in loud and clear sound. . With the volume pumped up, you could feel the bass rumble through the foundation of the stadium. Taken into account: nothing much has changed on the stage since we last saw them, but everything has gotten bigger, much bigger.

01. ram song | 02. Links 2-3-4 | 03. Punish me | 04. Poisonous | 05. Yearning | 06. My heart burns | 07. Puppet | 08. angst | 09. Time | 10. Germany | eleven. Radio | 12. my part |13, Do you have | 14. sonne /// Anchor 1 /// 15. Engel | 16. Foreigner | 17. You smell so good | 18. Without you ///Bis 2/// 19. Rammstein | 20. I want | 21. Goodbye

Four minutes late – 9:34 p.m. seems to have been strategically chosen to ensure that the musicians would only take the stage at night – and the stadium went dark. To the sounds “Music for the Royal Fireworks”now made an anthem RAMMSTEIN, the group’s symbol hangs on the screen of the structure’s giant central tower. The stage lights up as we see Lindemann being lowered in the elevator. The first flames appear and RAMMSTEIN start engines, as is known, with the help of “Rama Song”. Cell phones stay in the air, capturing the moment, but bodies move to the sound of always benevolent “Links 2-3-4”with priceless Christian “Doctor Flake” Lorenz to remain unstoppable on the treadmill next to the keyboard, while the audience alternately dances and shakes their heads, lulled by undeniable hooks. Journey into the past withPunish me” e”Yearning“, how in “poisonous” in the middle of the passion subsided a little. This or all approached what he saw. After that there is a feeling “My heart burns” and alivePuppet” they made everyone sing in unison again. For two hours, the sold-out crowd at the Estádio da Luz not only saw the band play some of their greatest hits. It really happened. Played almost all big games hitsA “Germany”A “Do you have”A “My Part”A “Sonne”A “I want” and even the song of the same name, but it was the show itself – performance – which turned out to be completely out of this world.

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The level of pyrotechnics is indescribable: Lindemann wears a wheel on his back, spewing fire in all directions, and the guitarists Paul Landers e Richard Kruspe armed with two huge flamethrowers attached to their guitars and firing huge flames. There are more innocent things like huge guns confetti which envelop the entire stadium with paper tapes. And everywhere there is fire, a lot of fire. At times, heat was felt on the face, anywhere from the lawn to the stands farthest from the main structure, and waves of pyrotechnics lit up not only the stage, but also the four towers that towered above the crowd and left them. dark puffs of smoke hang in the sky. There was literally a feeling that we were among the rubble of some devastated post-futuristic city. Then there were more earthy things, with a small stage arranged in the middle of the hall (slightly to the left of those who are facing the stage), where musicians joined the crowd. ABELAR interpret “Engel”, which opened the first Encore. After that, the band members returned to the main stage in inflatable rubber boats and attacked the luxurious trio, consisting of “Foreigner“,”You smell so good»e«Without you“. in a second bis planned, but still very much in demand) there was still time to listen to “Rammstein“,”I want“and, at the moment of farewell, very appropriate”Goodbye“.

The images in the gallery are from GEORGE BOOTS.

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Exposed. Images Proving Thiago Rodriguez Wasn’t Defeated, He Just Fell

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Brazilian actor Thiago Rodriguez, 42, was exposed by CCTV footage near the site where he was allegedly attacked and robbed. After all, he had just fallen from the structure on which he was sitting, and hit his head and face on the ground, which led to injuries.🇧🇷 He ended up lying on the floor for about 30 minutes until he was rescued by two people passing by who helped him. The case angered the Brazilians.

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It was the Brazilian Civil Police itself that released the CCTV images showing that the thesis defended by the Brazilian actor, who is currently starring in the TVI soap opera Quero É Viver, is not true. Police Chief Bianca Lima confirmed to Record TV’s Domingo Espetacular that the fall was the cause of the actor’s injuries, not the robbers’ aggression.

The images were captured by cameras at a commercial establishment located in Plaza Santos Dumont in Rio de Janeiro, 200 meters from the Jockey Club where Thiago went to party and was expelled from. According to the records, it was 5:40 in the morning when the actor sat on a metal structure, which is located in the square, lost his balance and fell face down on the ground. Only at about 6:10 am he was rescued by two people passing by. However, it is not clear if these people stole the actor’s mobile phone, which has since disappeared, or if Thiago simply lost it in the fall.

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As a result of the fall, the actor received cuts on his head and was even forced to put a few stitches on his head. After that, Thiago went to file a complaint with the police, claiming that he was attacked and robbed by criminals. But that theory didn’t make much sense as the actor still had the wallet and backpack he had that night. “A backpack with things, a wallet and a rope were with him. And we wondered if anyone who goes for such violence would take only a mobile phone,” the police chief explained.

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After all, Thiago Rodriguez was not beaten. The actor will be left alone – News

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Brazilian authorities have denied the story of an alleged attack that allegedly targeted Thiago Rodriguez. The police, agreeing with the video, which is already circulating on social networks, indicate that the actor did fall alone.

Security cameras in buildings near where Thiago Rodriguez was found show him sitting on an iron and falling forward moments later.

The G1 website guarantees that the authorities will suspend the investigation into a possible robbery, given that “the investigation has proven the absence of criminally significant facts.”

However, it is still necessary to understand where the actor’s mobile phone is located. The police, according to the same media, are trying to understand if it was stolen when Thiago was lying on the ground unconscious.

Recall that the 42-year-old artist said that he was robbed at the exit of a bar in Rio de Janeiro.

Thiago Rodriguez is part of the cast of the soap opera Quero É Viver currently airing on TVI.

Watch the video below, published by the Brazilian press, in which you can see the fall of the actor.

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