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Willie Allen

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  1. What's the chances for south east Ireland later today and tonight a fork lightning strike with no rain a few moments ago struck a nearby building
  2. Through the night and into the early hours of Wednesday, the main area of interest as indicated by the map above is firstly the south west, then extending north into Wales and other Irish Sea Coasts towards the end of the night and start of Wednesday morning, some places here could see high rainfall totals, with strong winds and hail mixed in in places. Another batch of storms may also break out further inland towards the midlands during tomorrow night, these may head northwards towards southern parts of northern England before dissipating. During Wednesday, during the late morning anyway
  3. Warm and uncomfortably humid air will continue to spread in from the near continent through tonight and tomorrow, lifting temperatures to values well above average with plenty of hot sun. Through the early afternoon storm cloud will gather across parts of the south coast, pin-pointing exactly where these storms will be is almost impossible, however we can say with some confidence that a “supercell” – or a large, intense thunderstorm could develop over the hills of south west England tomorrow night, perhaps Devon, before affecting Wales during the later hours of Tuesday and early hours of Wedne
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