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Storm and convective discussion 9th June

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Rapidly rising motion on the back edge or inflow area of the storms, with rotation further to the left without a doubt super cellular. Very nice video  :yahoo:

Agreed, thats a lovely example of inflow on that beast, even at normal speed you can clearly see moisture condensing and getting sucked in, great vid  :)

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I think there is doubt over your temperature reading. Nowhere much above 24C at the moment in an official location.

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Allegedly so! No need to take my word for it however!

26c London the current highest UK reading.

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nothing of note here, few fair weather clounds around, but nothing that looks thundery

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I its not felt as stiggy and muggy like this for ages, hot too!

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Ireland looking as if it's taking a battering yet again

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29 degrees showing here in Peterborough, I can confirm its unpleasantly sticky

That's probably a heat index or even humidex figure. Edited by Mapantz

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Kent Clipper on the cards? Looks knife edge right now.

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Just fired up the computer, and a quick peek at the charts gave me wide eyes!

In my post yesterday I mentioned a volatile situation developing over France, BeNeLux and nortern Germany. I would like to change that to highly explosive. The so called "loaded gun" is about to be fired by the current passage of a very pronounced short wave trough over the BeNeLux which in turn initiates the formation of a surface low that can quickly erode the CAP. The rapid formation of supercells and clustering into a massive MCS will be the result, with us maybe witnessing a rare phenomenon here in Europe, the "cold ring shape", visible on IR Satpic as a round area of very cold cloudtop surrounding the warmer dome shaped and pulsating updraft area. Massive hail expected, making the current action there harmless in comparison.

Destabilisation further westwards is very probable, the SE UK can definitely expect some action later on. (see Estofex &co) Widespread conclusiveness..

 

What still gives me thought is that due to the public holiday in these places many peeps will be travelling or out in the open and get caught unawares :unknw:

 

Ralph

 

So I can still hope for something? 

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Kev (Weather history), I hope you get a decent storm today....I have a feeling your location might just do well :)

Zip again.

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Finally the channel is spitting out something out abit further west now :p

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Fair enough, apologies if my reading was in-correct! Appears it was

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Finally the channel is spitting out something out abit further west now :p

Where?

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Agreed, thats a lovely example of inflow on that beast, even at normal speed you can clearly see moisture condensing and getting sucked in, great vid  :)

Fantastic indeed.

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Potential Wall cloud from my amateur perspective, indicative of rotation/possible meso.

 

Great Video :D Looks like a supercell to me 

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anyone know if the irish system might back build a bit? Pleeeease!!!!!  i'm about 40km south of the shannon and limerick... craning my head out the velux windows to look north but no joy yet. Gone cooler now, and blustery from the south / south west.

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Where?

Not seferics wise but it does look like a potent shower has developed there

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Sleaford and Lincoln getting it as usual :)

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Not seferics wise but it does look like a potent shower has developed there

Yes, I see it on the radar now. Good sign :)

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Sleaford and Lincoln getting it as usual :)

Leeds actually managed to get a storm as well

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Yes, I see it on the radar now. Good sign :)

Fingers crossed ;) it's not normally I spot things like that lol but as it's been such a long time -_- it's very much needed lol

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Don't anyone ever suggest the east (and by that I mean the proper East) gets all the storms. Surely I can do better than 3 rumbles of thunder? Mind you that's about 100% improvement on this time last year so things are improving :D

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Its getting warm out there, just nipped out to take a photo, and the pavements and roads were steaming.. 

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Don't anyone ever suggest the east (and by that I mean the proper East) gets all the storms. Surely I can do better than 3 rumbles of thunder? Mind you that's about 100% improvement on this time last year so things are improving :D

I wonder if they were that same three that I heard!

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