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  2. Aye, feels a bit soon for this event, 6 weeks tomorrow until the championships start on court now, McEnroe/Clijsters v Murray/Navratilova
  3. Spot on today for convective suggestions, right on the button with the forecasted area.
  4. And support from the UKMO at T144, the bank holiday weekend now looking anything but a washout for many, quite the opposite, here: 0z T144 for comparison but note 12 hrs earlier: Spot the difference over Southern Greenland as well?
  5. Another C-G from an earlier storm yesterday!
  6. Here is a quick un-edited picture from a funnel that formed right at the end of yesterday's chase, backlit by a C-G. Never touched down but a chunky wall cloud nonetheless!
  7. We may have to hit the ground running on tour 3. Hopefully be able to get a bonus chase in on Tuesday if possible with most of the guests arrived on the Monday. Denver not too badly situated
  8. ICON 12z with a big shift towards a ridge that encompasses the UK at T144: Compare with 0z at same time: Will be interesting to see if this is replicated on the UKMO and the other models later. ICON T180 end of the run: Summer watch begins....
  9. Arnie Pie

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    Thats something which is a major topic down at the Scrumpy club.....will we be able to tell the off-spring of Joey
  10. A few spots of rain during the afternoon otherwise dry with light winds Max temp 15.9C, now 14.2C, Barometer 1011,b steady, Wind F1 ESE, Rainfall Trace
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  12. Boom there it is Karl... I told you we would get our Spanish plume, sooner or later....
  13. Chased near Enid Oklahoma Sorry todays briefing slipped into this post but never mind
  14. We're in the standard dry slot. Still sat out listening to TMS, but its not very nice. Much darker to the West and South West.
  15. Been under the ever expanding area of rain for the last 3 hours, although never under the very heaviest bits. This is great for giving all the plants a drink anyway. Temperatures dropped a fair bit to, down to 14.7 °C.
  16. We started the day in Colby Kansas and stopped for lunch in Dodge. We sat south of Dodge watching storms developing on the dryline to the west of us. We then went and chased down the Alva and towards Enid Oklahoma. We cut through the front edge of a severe storm and got into a position where we could see some beautiful structure. We stopped ahead of the storm in clear air for guests to take photos of the lightning and the got to a diner in Enid as the storm was hitting town.
  17. A rare warning of late issued for heavy rain showers 14:58 Today 20:00 Today Heavy showers bringing some travel disruption this afternoon and early evening. What to expect Spray and flooding on roads probably making journey times longer Bus and train services probably affected with journey times taking longer Heavy showers continue to develop, particularly near southern coasts and also more widely across Dorset and eastern parts of Somerset. A few places will see 15-20 mm of rain fall in less than an hour leading to surface water flooding on some roads. London & South East England Hampshire South West England Bath and North East Somerset Bournemouth Bristol Devon Dorset Gloucestershire North Somerset Poole Somerset South Gloucestershire Swindon Torbay Wiltshire Wales Blaenau Gwent Caerphilly Cardiff Monmouthshire Newport Torfaen https://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/warnings-and-advice/uk-warnings?WT.mc_id=Twitter_Weatherdesk_Enquiries#?date=2019-05-19&id=14a5e2ea-574d-4a93-9619-adae7a32bedd&details
  18. Light rain just started here with a bit of hail mixed in. Temp 16.9°C after a high of 20.6°C at 14:43
  19. It May as well be 1044 days away Karl still on a positive note the CFS is consistently showing some cracking summer weather going forward...
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