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What's Going On Here? (thunderstorm)

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Can anyone explain what is happening here? It doesn't look like a Cb cloud. The only thing I can think of is that there is a narrow layer of cool, dry air between warm, moist air underneath and above the cool, dry air causing a strong storm in such a narrow layer of air..?

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Pass search.gif , but it looks impressive. Could it have been a result of forest fires? i.e. clouds inducing lightning from such an event.

A very different climate over there for requiring a storm to initiate but it does look very shallow too for a Cb.

Cheers

gottolovethisweather

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Pass search.gif , but it looks impressive. Could it have been a result of forest fires? i.e. clouds inducing lightning from such an event.

A very different climate over there for requiring a storm to initiate but it does look very shallow too for a Cb.

Cheers

gottolovethisweather

Yes, I see what your getting at! Possibly..? Cheers for the input!

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Thats insane, and a bit annoying too, annoying because a little wimp of a CB( if it can be classed as a CB) can produce sferics, and here in blighty, especially the north west,a massive torrential shower cant even turn thundery thesedays, whats going on ?

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