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    Rugby, Warks
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    Interests: meteorology; climatology; astronomy; cosmology and all aspects of nature. I like many sports including: football, cricket and athletics - my favourites :)

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  1. Wild squall went through here about 30 minutes ago here in Rugby. Bins were hurled down the street. My dad just called to say he hadn’t seen anything like it before in Northampton as parts of the roof in the building he was in were blown off.
  2. I had completely written off today's snow potential yesterday evening but i'm following a bit more closely now. We will see.
  3. Had a high of -2.6C here today. Can't remember the last time it stayed that low. Maybe Dec 2010. Very impressed with the snow showers penetrating well inland and giving us a decent covering. All eyes on the low to the SW.
  4. 2.8C here and raining but hoping that over the next hour the transition will be complete to some settling snow
  5. Frequent lightning to my east. I even saw an anvil crawler. It's been a while since I saw one of those
  6. Heavy rain but none of it is electrified in this region.
  7. Yeah quite a few near misses. I miss the pre-2006 active period.
  8. Certainly more active than a standard thundery shower. Four or five booms now
  9. Storm just starting here. Very dark, squally winds and thunder
  10. The amazing thing about this winter is that there just hasn't been any potential marginal events that have even come close to showing consistently on various charts. Most of us are well accustomed to being let down many times throughout a typical winter, but to have so little on offer this time around is remarkable. I don't think I could even consider myself as being let down as such, just disappointed with the general pattern.
  11. Seeing that spectacular pic from Hereford, I would have thought that (even with a little light pollution) I should be able to see something..hm. It is wonderfully clear. Perfect conditions too. Such a shame.
  12. I seem to have been a little more sheltered than those further west and east thus far. Topped out at 48 and it has died down a little again. Having said that, the squalls do seem to have a habit of picking up again after a lull.
  13. Highest gust so far today is 45mph. I had a 49mph gust on Wednesday. Wonder if I can hit 50. The 10 minute wind speed picked up to 26mph which is fairly strong for here and higher than Wednesday.
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