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Found 33 results

  1. xSnow

    Thunderstom A

    From the album: Thunderstorms UK

    Strange Towering Cumulus clouds, and a possible Multicell Cloud!

    © Daniel

  2. gse999r

    JPEG4

    Caught this during the morning Storm over Manchester on 23/7/13
  3. Tim B

    Darwen Forked Lightning

    Still of a lightning bolt taken over south Darwen, Lancashire, during the morning storms of 23/07/2013. Taken with a Canon Legria RF 304 with automatic while balance active.

    © TimBirtMedia

  4. wradmore

    Mammatus clouds

    From the album: Cloud types

    Today's thunderstorm over Exeter produced these amazing Mammatus clouds.

    © Warren Radmore

  5. Thunderstorms developed and moved across the Bradninch (mid-Devon) area from 23:00 on the 11th August to 02:00 on the 12th. I call this the spider strike as it comes out from a central core and moves in different directions.

    © W Radmore

  6. wradmore

    Cloud to Cloud lightning

    Thunderstorms developed and moved across the Bradninch (mid-Devon) area from 23:00 on the 11th August to 02:00 on the 12th.

    © W Radmore

  7. Thunderstorms developed and moved across the Bradninch (mid-Devon) area from 23:00 on the 11th August to 02:00 on the 12th.This was used in our local paper.

    © W Radmore

  8. wradmore

    Cloud to cloud lightning

    Thunderstorms developed and moved across the Bradninch (mid-Devon) area from 23:00 on the 11th August to 02:00 on the 12th.

    © W Radmore

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