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  1. Real chill in the air today. might have the first widespread frost of the season coming up this week? won't last long once the sun rises.
  2. Not for all, many places north of bishop auckland/ durham area had a rather wet day. Still some late evening heavy showers around too.
  3. Can here the rumbles now from the approaching storms to my SE.
  4. Can safely say looknorth forecast from above for today 5pm is a bust, as i alluded to. Pfft! Still distant thunder to my east.
  5. Has been threatening for a couple of hours and finally we see the showers develop inland now... Raining here and just heard a rumble of thunder
  6. Expect further convergence lines to develop across the northeast from now on. Further inland too. Watch this space... *could this be a line developing newcastle-durham-northallerton i see??
  7. Looking at the skies above, don't think it will be long before more thunderstorms develop.
  8. Paul mooney mentioned nothing for the heavy showers and thunderstorms parts of our region are having right now in yesterdays forecast. All the action is pretty much out of the met office warning area too. I give up lol
  9. Just heard first rumble of thunder in Aycliffe... My prediction yesterday for the storms this evening.
  10. Temperatures up to 27.c now, would imagine a few places at 28.c
  11. Could be just as warm/hot tomorrow... Met have Aycliffe higher tomorrow... Although i do take these apps with a pinch of salt.
  12. Expect updated met warnimg today to cover storms that develop later tonight. Then an ember warning for friday evening. Look south tonight (radar watching)
  13. Yes a very warm and humid day tomorrow, poss 28-29 for parts of N Yorkshire. 25-27.c for the rest of the northeast. I think some storms will develop late tomorrow evening and first part of night, then as the main cold front pushes in from the west during Friday this will produce more widespread storms and thundery rain. Heat returns late next week
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