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  1. I got into the car this morning and noticed my dashcam was still on it captured the whole event from 22:00 hrs last night...its going to be good watching that lot. A nice spark...
  2. Looking at the radar the pattern has changed its moving almost directly for here now...I'am going to try and capture some video. As I type this its getting more intense outside.
  3. The cloud is fast moving it now looks like its running from east to west, possibly to do with the convection of the thunder clouds, all of the action seems to be to the west from here there is a good 10sec gap from flash to bang well more of a rumble really no explosive loud bangs yet. This is amazing its just about as good as a foot of snaw...
  4. Finally some action...beautiful light show in the clouds no visible lightning yet it seems to be all around though. I've never seen so much flashes.
  5. Its like a streamer forming and running north straight across the Forth. The east/west the cut off line seems to be the edge of Lochgelly its as if there is a force field keeping it from coming too far inland.
  6. Its still dry with just distant rumbles. Now that its gone dark fingers crossed for a good light show.
  7. Incredible that your only a few miles away....and there is nothing here, bone dry. Enjoy...
  8. As an experiment I pointed my thermometer at the cloud base 14.8deg/C so there is plenty heat up there to spark off a few bolts of lightning. When I was outside it was sounding quite rumbly around the Glenrothes / Kirkcaldy area...and looking quite dark.
  9. This radar picture is showing intense rain over in Edinburgh, as it passes over to this side it just needs to come a wee bit more to the west then bullseye...I can hear distant rumblings.
  10. How weird...for the past few minutes almost constant distant rumblings from north of Kinross direction and very short only a few seconds of intense rain.
  11. I had a nice spot picked out to watch the impending light show forecast for today but as ever its a anti-climax, apart from a rumble or two and a shoosh of rain early on its been quiet. The BBC must get its weather forecasts from the SNP fantasy land sources...well that says it all. The radar isn't showing anything heading this direction either...bugger.
  12. For some years now I’ve had a theory that the seasons can be off by a few months, over the past few weeks we have basically had winter weather patterns, north and easterly winds, large areas of high pressure feeding air from the continent if this were back in January and February we would have been in the deep freeze with plenty snow...what we got back then was Autumn weather patterns very mild and wet.
  13. Another nice sunny day this is more like it...cold start though. I saw this on the charts for next weekend...if it comes off that'll be a bitter wind.
  14. I've put the snaw shovel back in the shed after the anti-climax of the other week, now I see the daft thread is on about possible easterly set-up well it better hurry up and it'll have to be a bitter wind for any snaw to stick around at this time of year...again all too late in the season. We are rapidly heading towards April and that's the start of summer for me so all this pishy cauld wetness can bugger off...its time for some warmth noo.
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