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I'm going twister hunting tomorrow! Not Kansas but Kent!

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If the BBC graphics are to be believed on the latest News 24 forecast, looks like a line east from the Wash down to Portsmouth looks like getting little in the way of storms. ESTOFEX says the opposite.

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Just gone bazerk in the channel I'm going out to my local hill soon to get some lightning photos

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If the BBC graphics are to be believed on the latest News 24 forecast, looks like a line east from the Wash down to Portsmouth looks like getting little in the way of storms. ESTOFEX says the opposite.

 

After the storms we just had NO

 

Following Estofex on this one :)

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Evening all! Just walking back from the pub, we had a storm about 11pm... Looks like an interesting evening/night ahead!

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If the BBC graphics are to be believed on the latest News 24 forecast, looks like a line east from the Wash down to Portsmouth looks like getting little in the way of storms. ESTOFEX says the opposite.

 

The Mesoscale that hit the South-East a few hours ago wasn't forecast by the BBC either. This is a highly dynamic situation, pay 0 attention to any TV forecast graphics, or internet based ones for that matter.

 

Pay attention to radars and lightning detectors. 

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Anyone still awake in the EA/SE... Looks like more storms coming!

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Anyone still awake in the EA/SE... Looks like more storms coming!

I am :lazy: :lazy: :lazy: :lazy: :lazy: just about awake!

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Worst camcorder I've ever used, it's my brothers. Couldn't focus on my own damn hand!

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I am :lazy: :lazy: :lazy: :lazy: :lazy: just about awake!

I've had one or two too many at the pub, but I'm powering through!
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Yippee! I just had a sleep and nowbim awake again. Set my alarm for the right time then? Fingers crossed we get another storm ;)

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Holy s,.t the infrared on sat24 shows 3/4 clumps merging over Northern France ...could be interesting !

Fighting fatigue, but still here :-)

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Those storms which were setting Le Mans to Normandy alight are now mid Channel heading due north. Perhaps I better get some kip now as in a few hours they're going to wake me up. We're going to have some fun around 5–6 am.

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Lighteningmaps.org is a good free one

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Which radars the best to use in everybody opinion?

 

 

This is pretty good.

http://www.lightningmaps.org/realtime?lang=en

 

OMG they're really picking up speed and intensity. Hastings is about to get a pasting.

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