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  3. hey all That cell near Lawton is 40kft plus now - looks like OKC could be in the firing line!
  4. Dry and clear with the breeze now dying down Temp 8.3c
  5. JeffC

    Very slow PC

    Have you tried defragmenting ?
  6. This stream is petty decent... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1wi_F0Qj6_A
  7. Been watching KFOR for streaming, not many reliable streams elsewhere: https://www.facebook.com/kfor4/
  8. That is long story, officially he lives a few minutes from the ground so its a lot less travelling, and he is football junky so I guess it was no brainer for him. Unofficially there may have been more to it, who knows?
  9. https://www.severestudios.com/storm-chasers/john.humphress.html http://radaromega.com/livestreaming/?fbclid=IwAR33A4FHlxo0G_wENbGGsV_KuZgxG72_o6Ik3CqvPnXPluVDSSWFYV-UBRA
  10. Struggling to get a good feed tonight, is it bad signal area?
  11. Did drop a funnel briefly, still wrapping up, a 'big trouble-maker' as the presenter keeps saying!
  12. Two wall clouds showing for this currently!
  13. Interesting discrete storm signature to the north of OK City in north central Oklahoma atm
  14. Cheers. Seems to be doing better since I cut the old stuff back. Some of the newly-formed growth seems red around the leaf margins though - could that be rust? If so, can it be sorted-out or is it a case of get rid of it? I've got a sage up the other end of the same trough which seems OK other than a tendency to develop powdery mildew (same with a mint plant in another container elsewhere in the garden); unfortunately, suplur dust is useless if there's even a hint of breeze as it ends up more on me than the plant!
  15. Thought I'd start a new thread for Wednesday's chasing, rather than the thread from Monday. Good advice here, lol:
  16. J10

    Euro 2020

    World Cup: Fifa drops plans to expand Qatar 2022 to 48 teams https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/48373886 IMO a rare bit of sanity.
  17. The EWP tracker was around 32 mm by 20th, if the current guidance is to be believed this will increase to about 55 mm by end of the month (probably a higher end estimate). If so this will be how the scoring will look by then ... EWP20182019J.xlsx
  18. I wish for once you could show just a tad of optimism. I agree that things look largely disappointing through bank holiday and next mid week, but there are some signs from a few of the models of an improvement later next week, that's unless you come from Jon o groats, and in that case,i take it all back...
  19. Another (pointless) update. Thursday 6 June to Thursday 20 June  It is too early to give much detail for this period, but the first half of June is likely to be a mixture of dry settled periods and changeable spells. In general, drier and less windy weather is more likely across northern parts of the UK, though southern areas can expect some of these quieter spells too. These periods of drier and settled weather will be mixed in with cooler, showery spells as Atlantic weather systems arrive from the west. Temperatures are forecast to be close to the average for the time of year. Updated: 16:00 (UTC+1) on Wed 22 May 2019
  20. I think this weather-forecasting malarkey would be a whole lot more straightforward were it not for seasonal flies-in-the-ointment: misplaced SSWs, in Winter/early Spring; Atlantic hurricanes, in late Summer/Autumn, come to mind?
  21. this warning has moved along way SW from the original risk area!! Very unstable atmosphere up there.
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