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The Midlands Regional Weather Discussion 14/1/14 21z ------>

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Anymore heading this way?

Look on "will it rain today" its got a radar.

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wow what a storm road covered white with hale 

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Two flashes and a couple of claps of thunder here as squall line passed though. Very gusty.

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Pictures and Videos please!!! 

Edited by Blizzards

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camera on again as more thunder coming in from the west this time

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more thunder coming in

 

Sorry very difficult to read your posts must be my old eyes, any chance you can increase the size of your font. Thanks

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Sorry very difficult to read your posts must be my old eyes, any chance you can increase the size of your font. Thanks

camera on again as more thunder coming in from the west this time

 is that better
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more rumbles of thunder  rain turning to sleet  

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My eyes hurt Posted Image

Bridgnorth area v.tasty storm there currently...any reports? Very potent look about it on radar..

thats the one i can here from hear

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Just driven back from Asda in Great Bridge.

 

The only word I can think of is...

 

Wow!

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Wow look at the sferics!

 

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Rain just started here, wind is howling.

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STORM just hit Solihull now

 

Five CG's so far and thunder almost continuous at the moment.

Pea sized hail have covered lawns and roads,

Temperature has dropped to 7.5C (Two degree drop in 3 minutes.

 

MIA

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Just heard our first rumble of thunder. Scrap that, 2nd rumble of thunder. Gone very dark and it's started to hail.

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Wow very impressive Hail, thunder,sleet in a 20 minute spell anything else incoming.

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Wow! Flash of lightening and almost instant thunder and hail. The storm has really arrived with a vengence.

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Posted · Hidden by Tattooed Fox, January 25, 2014 - in wrong thread
Hidden by Tattooed Fox, January 25, 2014 - in wrong thread

Afternoon Folks,

 

Wind has gone from a breeze at 1.15pm to a  gust of 55 mph at 1.30 to 84.1mph at 2.40pm.  Gusts almost constant the house seems to vibrate, even the dogs are looking dismayed at the top gusts.  None of these type of gusts were forecast.  It is raining but nothing too much.  80 mph was forecast for Scotland on the front page of newspaper, so what does that say for Bristol at 84.1 mph.  As I type 15.02pm 82.1 mph. 

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camera on again as more thunder coming in from the west this time is that better

whiteout in earlsdon Coventry

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@mother nature rocks it's the same here!

Started going dark then the wind then rain then hail then lightning thunder and torrential rain as the squall line passed through.

Intense!

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