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Delka

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    Hunstanton, North Norfolk
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  1. you know it's a good year when you've lost count
  2. at least, it's been a decent year here aswell with at least 10 days where theres been a rumble from within a mile or so. The last one being i think Saturday, went out not knowing storms were forecasted and had ice cream at the beach, all of a sudden a very dark black cloud formed overhead out of nowhere, and then it rumbled and i have to admit i was very surprised, don't ever remember being under a storm as it developed before! The precipitation came out of the blue as well and caught out all the tourists having a good day at the beach and it went on until it died a few miles inland with a total of 6 flashes and 15 rumbles, a decent little surprise if you ask me!
  3. East of Norfolk and that region seems to really be doing well for storms this year, they may not be many big ones to write home about but just the amount of days that its managed to rumble over that way is impressive compared to normal
  4. Seagulls a serious pest?

    Seagulls are becoming dangerous around here and they're very feared, they're often seen eating road kill of other birds and seagulls and a good friend of mine and her daughter saw a group kill and eat a pigeon just two weeks ago, then about a month before that someone got attacked on a local housing street and had chunks of hair and skin off of their scalp, lucky they ducked otherwise it could have been so much worse, thank god it wasn't an elderly or a young person!
  5. anybody know if its possible at all to look back on the radar anywhere from yesterday afternoon? Funnel cloud over sea by Cromer at 5:30pm-ish and it'd be nice to see what it looked like on radar
  6. I went from being in the hotspot of the region yesterday to being in the cold spot today
  7. what about Wymondham in Norfolk, any chance of anything happening over there this evening?
  8. Tomorrow will be going off with a bang into the night if this is anything to go by.. Bring on the downgrade to nothing
  9. Looks like the band of rain is mostly dying out now so maybe that'll allow more of a chance for thundery showers to develop across more central areas that have been stuck under the rain?
  10. clouds overhead now, spitting with big drops of rain and the wind is picking up, scary stuff
  11. Rain is coming overhead any minute now and the skies are starting to look very daunting. quick snaps from my phone just now
  12. its certainly.. different, to be in the hot spot temp-wise for our region but i'll take it.. Been mostly cloudy all day but the rain is just about to arrive and i can feel it getting chilly as it gets dark from the thicker clouds coming in
  13. Well im travelling down to Wymondham near Norwich in a few hours so lets hope the heavier rain/showers hold off until then
  14. I thought "thundery showers" were forecast today, but looking at the radar that doesn't look like a shower to me looks like its going to rain the rest of the day for many
  15. if this is an insight it could bring us yet more distant rumbles joking, overhead storms haven't been that uncommon this year, im pretty we're approaching 6-7 days with thunder overhead already
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