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Storm and convective discussion 9th June

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Just started thundering here and a few flashes

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Can see flashes but they are disappearing amongst cloud - difficult to tell which cells they are coming from

 

Which direction are they in?  :laugh:

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The temperature here in Worcester has just started to rise, at 10:30 it was 17.2c at 11:00 it was 17.7c and now it's 18.2c plus the humidity has risen from 67% at 10:30 to 73%.... odd!

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Can see the lightning to the SE, from a small cell developing near Derby

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Paris getting hammered again tonight! 

And check out last 24hrs in Europe! Astonishing stuff!

This year especially in the UK is very different to last year regarding convective potential, hopefully this bodes well for the rest of the summer!

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Imagine if a similar scale to those German storms had actually initiated somewhere near to Lands End...

Considering it's still relatively early in the season, this sure is one heck of a start for some - no doubt plenty more raw footage flooding in over time. Amazing stuff.

This would cover Much of England.... Just mind blowing.. Triple.... Sorry :cray:

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That cell that's fired up NNW of Derby has a very York-like track to it, possibly just sliding west (bad for me as I'm on eastern side) Apart from 1 big flash at lunchtime and a couple of deep rumbles we've had nowt. And that's most un-York-like.

Played golf tonight and it went from hot and sunny, to breezy, to overcast, to still, to sticky and back to clear again. It's very very muggy out there and raining again. Feels very charged at the moment.

Loving these mad few days of UK and near-continent tracking though

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Lots of flashes here sky is lit up and loud rumbles of thunder it's ace!

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storm chaser in germany amazing

 

 

wow just simply amazing. 

 

Lincs coast getting beating looking radar alot rain boston way.  Might just clip us as it hits north sea

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Lots of flashes here sky is lit up and loud rumbles of thunder it's ace!

So annoying that Lincs is now the new Norfolk - time was when I couldn't go through a week in summer without a storm....

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Lots of flashes here sky is lit up and loud rumbles of thunder it's ace!

How comes Lincolnshire always gets it? :laugh::p:)

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I know you all hate me lol but this is a great little storm only problem is it has woken my 2 year old who is not. A happy bunny

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How comes Lincolnshire always gets it? :laugh::p:)

 

Its the cows and sheep all that gas heats up :rofl:

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I know you all hate me lol but this is a great little storm only problem is it has woken my 2 year old who is not. A happy bunny

Ha serves you right for gloating lol

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Depressingly this our last proper storm risk now ending until end of June, unless there's some significant pattern shift :cray:

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Some nice lightning from today's beast storm captured at the Pinkpop festival in Heerlen, The Netherlands...

 

 

"Onweer" means "Thunderstorm".

 

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just saw a pretty damn epic fork of lightning on that paris web cam... Impressive!!!

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**** haven't heard thunder like this for bloody years literally ripping through the sky (apologies for language) I have a feeling it's moving out to sea now

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***** haven't heard thunder like this for bloody years literally ripping through the sky (apologies for language) I have a feeling it's moving out to sea now

Rub it in why don't you! :laugh:

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