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  1. East_England_Stormchaser91

    Model Output Discussion - Autumn 2018

    Forgot what storm it was called back in January that brought very damaging winds across the East Midlands and East Anglia?This could be similar.
  2. East_England_Stormchaser91

    Saturday evening into Sunday 2nd Storm

    Around 18:30 near the wash and 19:00 within the Welland, Nene and Ouse tidal reaches, and then 20:30-21:00 around Yarmouth and Lowestoft. Very worrying.
  3. I’ll be working on Sunday until 6pm, high water should be around 7-8pm. If this does come off, I’ll be setting the camera up possibly around Kings Lynn by the river Great Ouse or further up the Norfolk coast around Hunstanton, Brancaster, possibly Wells-next-the-sea.
  4. GFS has been very consistent in modelling this scenario. If it’s still like this tomorrow morning, then very real attention should be paid towards this. Spring tides will be hitting their peak on Sunday! We could well be rivalling the 5th December 2013 in terms of storm surge, with no real improvements to sea defences made since then either.
  5. A lot can change over the winter. If we see another SSW and a sudden collapse of the PV, then it can soon change very quickly, and we have seen how rapidly the continent can be plunged into a big freeze. If we didn’t have these charts and models, I wouldn’t have ever predicted the extreme cold that hit us at the end of feb this year. I have never felt such a cold wind in all my years of living, out on a night shift on the night of Feb 28th. It was actually quite weirdly warm just days before it hit.
  6. Even stronger winds along the North Sea coast as it exits Yorkshire. With spring tides and peak winds during Sunday evening, it poses quite a threat with storm surge potential. I’d rather see this binned off quickly!
  7. East_England_Stormchaser91

    Typhoon mangkhut

    Could be comparable to Haiyan or Tip. A real monster of a storm. Despite america having its fair share of devastation from hurricanes, they have it often quite easy compared to the Philippines, which got absolutely shredded to bits from Haiyan back in 2013.
  8. East_England_Stormchaser91

    SE and East Anglia general weather discussion 26/03/2018 onwards

    Back in the UK now from a holiday in Vegas! Saw a couple of beauties in the distance in the surrounding mountain areas and off towards Arizona. The heat over there really is something else though. I will not whine about 30-31c again!!
  9. East_England_Stormchaser91

    Storm & Convective Discussion - 7th August Onwards

    I decided to chase that storm that’s just hit north of Spalding! Big mistake, I thought my car was going to get smashed, hail the size of marbles came down and some magnificent CG lightning! Looks like more incoming for this area too. Heading back southbound now!
  10. East_England_Stormchaser91

    Storm & Convective Discussion - 7th August Onwards

    Wow, didn’t see that coming, proper loud rumbles and torrential rain!
  11. East_England_Stormchaser91

    European Storm & Convective Discussion

    Although I can’t complain about the storms we’ve had this year, I wish we saw more of them like this Croatian one.
  12. East_England_Stormchaser91

    European Storm & Convective Discussion

    Certainly will do! I’m sure I’ll see something. Usually prime time over there, especially the latter part of the month when there’s more visits of cooler upper winds/air atop of the still very hot Mediterranean Sea.
  13. East_England_Stormchaser91

    European Storm & Convective Discussion

    Candidate for some +CG’s and bolts from the blue, the best strike possible on this planet! Hoping to see some of that in Ibiza late September when I go!
  14. East_England_Stormchaser91

    European Storm & Convective Discussion

    That’s spitting out some absolute corking CG’s! Good find!
  15. East_England_Stormchaser91

    SE and East Anglia general weather discussion 26/03/2018 onwards

    Could be a few decent storms for quite a few of us this afternoon. Historically, some of the NW’erly thunderstorm setups have delivered some cracking afternoon storms over my life time in this neck of the woods.