It's stormy

It's stormy   
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The sea can be dangerous and we need the right boat to help people when it's stormy. One day, I hope to be the coxswain." Unless the RNLI change their minds, Steffan's ambition now seems to be out of the question.
"Whether it's stormy clouds over the mountains of Glencoe or blue skies over coral beaches in Skye, visitors are in awe of the breathtaking scenery and visit in their droves for the landscapes, cities, culture and friendly people."
The event is to be held weather permitting, so if it's stormy, tune in to your local radio station before you set out.
"It's a very dramatic way to start the evening's programme, it's stormy and dramatic" said Dougie.
We'll probably drive up the Northumberland coastal route one day, watch the waves at Tynemouth if it's stormy, go to see Cinderella at the Theatre Royal as well as drink and eat far too much.
It's gorgeous when it's sunny but it's also beautiful when it's stormy. We really love living by the sea."
You should also try to sit down in a boat as often as possible and never go out when it's stormy or one is likely to blow up.
Living in Scotland is a bit like a marriage - sometimes a lot of rain falls, sometimes it's stormy. But when the sun comes out there's nothing quite like it.

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