SNOW_JOKE

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About SNOW_JOKE

  • Birthday 03/04/84

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    Whaley Bridge - Peak District
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    Meteorology, Astronomy, Astrophotography, Volcanology, Seismology, Climatology, Photography
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  1. BBC and GFS forecast still going for thunderstorms in the NW overnight, might something worth waiting up for? albeit around 2am.
  2. I'm not overly optimistic of the NW chances tonight with too much outflow and low-temps hampering development.
  3. Leeds Bradford Airport TAF going for a chance of thundery showers into the evening, after this morning's TAF of 100ft low-cloud, fog, and rain.
  4. Lots of cloud iridescence in the sky today above the Peaks, these examples taken at just past 5pm.
  5. Tomorrow's forecast looks interesting with the low passing to the north, GFS expecting 36mph gusts but the temperatures still staying at around 20'c.
  6. Dark base underneath the TCu towards Buxton, thunder in the distance heard here.
  7. I take a hour's nap, and now we have initiation towards the Goyt Valley
  8. Anvils from the storms over Lancs/Yorks visible in the clearer skies here, looks to be some embedded convection building along the southern side.
  9. Something of interest is the convergence from Liverpool to Hull from the northern-storms outflow, reflected in a change of runway use at MAN the past couple of hours.
  10. Rain from AcCas convection now coming down here, unexpected, light to moderate.
  11. Looks like cells are developing southwards Cheshire into Derbyshire currently? maybe me waking up with the PCu fan has sparked some extra CAPE lol.
  12. Glad I wasn't doing a all-nighter watching the skies for anything here as it looks like everything has been more westwards than forecasted by the models, hopefully the heat of the day is already underway for stragglers behind the CF across the Midlands and NW.
  13. Small 'jellyfish' accas clouds to the south here, looks like things are trying to build.
  14. Personally I rely on the forecast TAF outputs than from the Beeb, pretty much going for a midlands-north thundery outbreak overnight with hail. http://en.allmetsat.com/metar-taf/united-kingdom-ireland.php?icao=EGCC