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Darren Bown

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  1. Probably. I can see cumulus clouds building to my east, probably over the Pennines. Apparently the convergence is strongest up here around 6-9pm.
  2. Today could see quite a strong convergence zone lining up on the Pennines, with them drifting slowly westwards, this won’t happen until late afternoon/evening if it does so.
  3. 2017 into 2018 has been so close yet so far for here. I hope the storm season will be better, and this is a one off
  4. Nope! Convective weather removed us from the moderate risk. Surprised metoffice haven’t cancelled the warning yet and applied one to the south coast.
  5. Meh cant believe the SE looks to get it again, when it wasn’t really forecast at all!
  6. Really needs to get going up here. Met office have been blind to the storms in the south. If they get to the midlands, then Estofex had the best forecast!
  7. Still heavy showers going up west of the region too so I think we still have a good few hours.
  8. He was the most pessimistic yesterday too - haha. At least someone is getting something anyway.
  9. I guess if it’s still west, we still have a chance further east still, even if it’s later. ots still 19.6c here, and the humidity has gone from 50% to 61%
  10. I think if it’s not happened by 10, that’s it, this kind of reminds me of 2015 I think, 1st July? Where big storms kicked off around 9:30pm in NW England.
  11. Looks like the south has done well with this, kind of as per with set ups like this. Surprised it’s not kicked off up here. Especially with more potential here.
  12. The radar looks even worse EDIT shower gone up east of Aberystwyth, so it’s still kicking off
  13. We’ve swapped haha I was optimistic last night, you less so. I’m still hoping, instability is still to the west, and the showers can fire quickly!
  14. The showers in wales are being frustrating! Hope they develop as they move. I can see the top of the storm out in the Irish Sea currently.
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