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i do find these threads weird congratulating people for having a few bits of thunder and heavy rain?

 

i love all sorts of weather but i'd love to know why people like storms in summer and don't like snow in winter?

 

it seems a bit odd.

 

each to their own though.

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This explosion here is what we like!  

New strikes appearing in the channel peeps ahead of MCS 2 - active very quickly too

A couple more pictures  This part was rotating crazily A VERY close lightning strike (amazing picture, I know lol) And this one... I am so annoyed that it went wrong!  

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Likely to change but the skew-t for Norfolk at 18.00 on Saturday looks good and showing potential of an elevated nature.

 

Cape 1200j/kg and -6li. Nice to see even though there is a chance of a downgrade before the event.

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i do find these threads weird congratulating people for having a few bits of thunder and heavy rain?

 

i love all sorts of weather but i'd love to know why people like storms in summer and don't like snow in winter?

 

it seems a bit odd.

 

each to their own though.

I like thunder and snow any time of the year but especially both together!

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Firstly, this is a STORM discussion thread where like minded enthusiasts share their knowledge, current reports, and general love for thunderstorms...

 

Secondly, there's very few, if any, of those on Netweather who you can categorize in your second sentence, as the majority go nuts for storms in summer, and positively go weak at the knees for the prospect of snow in winter

and i would like to know why people find storms so fascinating.  surely the right place to ask?

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Who is this William haha just kidding, watch his location get smashed by Supercells and the odd megacell :o (that last bit was a joke) some potent cells moving northwards across the channel. Land's End has been blitzed whoever is fortunate to live in the far SW must be getting a spectacle. Albeit there may be localized flooding, if them rash of cells persist at that potency. High rainfall totals.

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Ok guys, so is it likely that any more storms will be witnessed in exeter?

I think , looking at the radar, we have had our fun for the evening. Further East along the coast looks promisingNice photos Ben Sainsbury :D
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and i would like to know why people find storms so fascinating.  surely the right place to ask?

yes it's the right place to ask, but possibly due to the busy period we're into, the wrong time, as most folk are probably glued to radar or sky watching right now.....might be an idea to start your own thread on this  :good:

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i do find these threads weird congratulating people for having a few bits of thunder and heavy rain?

 

i love all sorts of weather but i'd love to know why people like storms in summer and don't like snow in winter?

 

it seems a bit odd.

 

each to their own though.

You're a little misguided in your analyses, most people here do in fact enjoy winter storms and snow. The event we are awaiting is a summer phenomenon which is likely to bring Thunder and Lightning plus potentially a lot of rain. Skip forward to February and we will probably all be here. Can't really be chasing snow storms in July can we?

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Are the cells in Morecambe Bay anaprop or real? They seem to have popped up in the last few frames on the radar and seem more substantial than anything else N of the Channel.

 

Edit: rewinding it seems to be anaprop.

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Who is this William haha just kidding, watch his location get smashed by Supercells and the odd megacell :o (that last bit was a joke) some potent cells moving northwards across the channel. Land's End has been blitzed whoever is fortunate to live in the far SW must be getting a spectacle. Albeit there may be localized flooding, if them rash of cells persist at that potency. High rainfall totals.

 

Not sure that is correct as there hasn't been much rain here and a lot of this lightning is from medium level instability.

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Are the cells in Morecambe Bay anaprop or real? They seem to have popped up in the last few frames on the radar and seem more substantial than anything else N of the Channel.

ano , nothing here !.....
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