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Storm and convective discussion 9th June

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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

We haven't had a proper storm around here for almost a year...

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We haven't had a proper storm around here for almost a year...

I know it's horrible isn't it the last couple of days has been such a headache everything looks on course an bam they head east or west :(

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Anyone got a good webcam for Bremen...... I know this thread is for the UK but Bremen is about to be destroyed!!!!!

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Anyone got a good webcam for Bremen...... I know this thread is for the UK but Bremen is about to be destroyed!!!!!

Was just about to ask the same, preferably one that works on mobile. Crazy amount of lightning being produced

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good that many have seen storms today and the one's to no doubt arrive.in the SE tonight .......is there anywhere left in the UK that hasn't had a storm the past few days?....oh yes, here  :doh:

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Looks like some showers that could turn electric are actually making their way across the channel now

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Heres the back end of the first storm to hit, taken from just outside Thorne, Doncaster, with some wind turbines in the mid distance.. 

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@ Tara: fastforward the SAT24 loop, makes it easier to determine the direction

 

@ Noah: Nowcast is the name of the game, you can see its getting unstable NW of the french supercell

 

Ralph

 

 

Bremen: http://www.bremen-tourismus.de/webcams

Edited by Generalelectrix

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good that many have seen storms today and the one's to no doubt arrive.in the SE tonight .......is there anywhere left in the UK that hasn't had a storm the past few days?....oh yes, here  :doh:

Will those storms in the SE tonight just hug kent, or is London in there too?

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The wind has turned to the east here so despite the promising radar thats probably the chance of anything gone for now. Watch them evaporate over the next hour or so!

Edited by reef

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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 second that

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Was just about to ask the same, preferably one that works on mobile. Crazy amount of lightning being produced

can't find anything live streaming grrr

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Nottingham Skew-T at lunchtime..

 

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??

 

I think it was a reference to your 29C, does seem too high?

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Going black to my south! Huge anvils as well :D

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Will those storms in the SE tonight just hug kent, or is London in there too?

 

Could be either. Meto suggest London involved, BBC suggest mainly Kent. Basically, we're just going to have to wait.

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The wind has turned to the east here so despite the promising radar thats probably the chance of anything gone for now. Watch them evaporate over the next hour or so!

 

That wind change may help!

why?

different surface wind flows can aid develop a trough at the surface which in turn can aid convection. The overall track of the main storm areas has nothing to do with the surface flow overall today, the 500mb flow can be seen on Net Wx radar, use that for tracking the showers/storms, at least for a 2-3 hour slot

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That cell over central Lancashire rapidly developed

It certainly did. The one developing just NE of Manchester will ikely do the same, judging from the spectacular clouds I can see in that direction. Skipton watch out!

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Will those storms in the SE tonight just hug kent, or is London in there too?

well I can't say for sure, but putting it another way, your chances are considerably better than mine  :wink:

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It certainly did. The one developing just NE of Manchester will ikely do the same, judging from the spectacular clouds I can see in that direction. Skipton watch out!

 

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