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Robbie Garrett

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  1. The skies are amazing today! Especially at Sunset in London.
  2. Just had a boom of Thunder in London.
  3. Robbie Garrett

    European Storm & Convective Discussion

    Anyone got a radar run for last night at Sant Llorenc?
  4. So realistically even if July doesn't do a 20*C which it wont. August well could?
  5. Interesting that where the SST's are quite high there's a marked increase in activity off the coast of West Africa on the ITCZ.
  6. Sky has a very Texas look about it.
  7. Thunder just south of me (Se17). Can see rain shower in the distance.
  8. Robbie Garrett

    Summer 2018 - Moans, Ramps, Chat etc

    Yeah lots of sweat!
  9. Just looking at Heathrow today, it's been going up by about 1.8*C an hour since sunrise. It's currently 31.8*C so I am predicting about 36.5*C at max diurnal. Is that highly reasonable that 36.5-37.5*C is the maxima today?
  10. 19.0℃ and 76mm (Mostly due thunderstorms)
  11. Brilliant response. Maybe there's some form of lag between solar cycles and climatology? 11-12 years is very consistent. Was 1973 a +19*C CET?
  12. Fancy correlating that with solar minimums? or Solar cycles.
  13. Something like this would be nice!
  14. Robbie Garrett

    Drought - Summer - 2018?

    I reckon the Atlantic is going to be rampant from September - December. Literally the wettest Autumn ever.
  15. Just came across this on YouTube. I can't wait for more of this!
  16. Yes - I am seeing this also. But I think the amber warning might need to be extended eastward. Winds are pretty much from 150* heading NNW. I am more on the thinking that the Level 1 by Estofex is best bet for an extensive coverage of TSRA.
  17. Lightning firing on Kent coast. https://en.sat24.com/en/gb/visual
  18. Robbie Garrett

    Summer 2018 - Moans, Ramps, Chat etc

    That's pretty rare to get 60,000ft. The stuff we've had the last few days has been circa 35-37000ft - must have been a pretty good vertical development to go into the stratosphere. Although I suspect if we keep having pre-longed weather like this we will get a a heavy heat spell and huge storms afterwards.
  19. https://en.sat24.com/en/gb/visual
  20. Look at this lot over in France!!
  21. It's that cell north of brighton. It's got an anvil now.
  22. Huge TCU going up south of south London.
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