OddSpot

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  1. Pity there is no sound. South Walney Nature Reserve near Barrow in Furness. The storm is approaching from behind the cam http://www.cumbriawildlifetrust.org.uk/wildlife/seal-cam
  2. Light Drizzle http://thebayhotel.co.uk/live-view/ This is in Coverack just down from Falmouth which is presently underneath the storm
  3. Someone's turned up in a car. Not you is it My effort
  4. I have watched on this cam before. Pity the night mode is on as it would be good viewing I bet
  5. All I can find but at least the approaching storm is in front of the webcam http://www.hunstantonsc.co.uk/web-cam/
  6. Yes that is it Remember last year or the year before when Peterborough got hit one evening by a huge storm. You could see the clouds lighting up from here in Chesterfield 60 miles away
  7. Actually now seeing lightening strikes/bolts now high up in the tops of the Newark storm Good viewing from our window
  8. Viewing out of our window, I can see the cloud tops lighting up now and again from the Newark storm
  9. Suddenly all gone stormy looking all around here and building up quite fast, especially towards Bolsover Maybe a little hope yet
  10. This is the webcam at Norwich on the cathedral. Can't see any lightening as it face into the birds nest, but nearly bounced my speakers off the desktop with a almighty crack of thunder http://upp.hawkandowl.org/norwich-peregrines/norwich-cathedral-peregrine-live-web-cam-2017/
  11. Just done that as well by slowing the video down to 0.25 and hitting play/ pause
  12. Just had the lightningmaps.org on This Morning programme on ITV Holly said is that in Germany coming our way