While parts of the US east coast struggle with heavy snow and freezing conditions, the Hamble remains relatively mild apart from some gales and a lot of rain.
The biggest hazard along the footpath to Warsash is stranded seaweed washed up across the path by the very high spring tides and southwesterly winds pushing up the HW levels.
The same conditions also washed away the repairs and resurfacing work carried out by Hampshire Country Council less than a year ago. I recall at the time thinking the work was pathetically inadequate for the situation and conditions.
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