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Convective / Storm Discussion - 30th March 2014 onwards

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A nice new thread folks. We are looking at a possibility of storms over the next few days.Posted Image So please carry on the discussion here and good good luck everyone.Posted Image

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Posted Image cheers to a good thundery spell ,and may it continue through to the autumn ,plenty of Spanish plumes and Night time rattlers .ok we missed out on the snow in general ,best of luck to all posters ,bring it on ,cheers all .

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Can't beat a nice evening storm , sat I deck chair cold beer in hand watching lighting getting ever closer and the tension in the air rising just brilliant , well till it rains anyway !!!....

Edited by Mokidugway

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Is any potential overnight activity supposed to be imported or home grown? The BBC chart would suggest the former, but nothing of any interest showing up on the French radar yet.

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Florida between May and September is better. Or Texas or Oklahoma.

all far better than the north west !!!......

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Is any potential overnight activity supposed to be imported or home grown? The BBC chart would suggest the former, but nothing of any interest showing up on the French radar yet.

stuff coming out of france now , but doesn't look that impressive , and no sferics !!!.... Edited by Mokidugway

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stuff coming out of france now , but doesn't look that impressive , and no sferics !!!....

Pretty much what I thought. Can't wait for a couple of months when we can gather round, watching the radar, will they, won't they & then get mad as they all drift into Belgium & Holland!

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Could be interesting come tomorrow into afternoon for Wales and the Midlands and then this will drift North into the evening.

 

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Could be interesting come tomorrow into afternoon for Wales and the Midlands and then this will drift North into the evening.

 

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Maybe worth a quick drive to the east side of the Island if we get something drifting out to sea from North Wales. Maybe some lightning on the horizon.

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Maybe worth a quick drive to the east side of the Island if we get something drifting out to sea from North Wales. Maybe some lightning on the horizon.

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You may get more than just a veiw Posted Image

 

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I'll take that!!! MetOffice precipitation charts show some extremely heavy precipitation passing through here late afternoon, early evening!!

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Come on give me a thunderstorm over Manchester, please! - I want to make a new thunderstorm video!

I'm hoping there'll be some in Manchester too as I'll be at MediaCity for the next two weeks (14th floor too - so will have awesome views).Fingers all crossed. :)

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Could get interesting across SW England, Wales and eventually NW England later, as an upper shortwave/cold front moves NE destabilising the air. Storm forecast for today:

 

http://www.netweather.tv/index.cgi?action=convective;sess=a59b4692780e8cdd08d217290bc68648

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Definitely *feels* like there's potential here, it feels quite humid already....although we're a bit too far east given the risk area....

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GFS has a secondary chance of storms in the NW overnight which i'm assuming is the result of forcing from the Pennines, but anytime between 12 and 3am the risk heightens somewhat back up to 40% as this afternoons storms continue to traverse into the Scottish borders.

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You may get more than just a veiw Posted Image

 

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Whats chance of us getting something on east coast that small precipitation right over me.

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Just had a splattering of large raindrops in Derby.The sun is really getting to work on the cloud,but I feel I'm too far east for any action later!!

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Nice little line of showers through the central spine of the country moving north. Hoping to see something later. Feels warm here considering we have 90% cloud cover. Good luck for later people.

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My bet for a storm later is somewhere around Ludlow and Wrexham. Could get interesting here too but well see.

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My bet for a storm later is somewhere around Ludlow and Wrexham. Could get interesting here too but well see.

Might chase later. Don't finish work till 4:30 though. Hopefully I won't have to chase to far. IPad and phone at the ready.

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Expecting some heavy showers here around 10-11pm tonight, would be great to see lightning too, especially as I have a clear view looking south from my window!

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