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Convective Storm/Discussion thread - 02/09/16 onwards

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Already starting to see the tops of the Midlands storms from here now, if they intensify as expected into the evening it'll be a good light-show for these parts.

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Thunder to my east at the moment.

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It needs to develop further east!!! 

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Lying on the grass looking up and I'm right under the very edge of the developing Midlands storms. Out west clear. Towards Telford darkening rapidly. Looks good. 

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Heavy rain here now..looks like tiny little popup storms in the area. Shouldn't think it'll last long.

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As we've had storms last 2 days in this area what's the betting with warnings out for tomorrow they'll be nowt

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Storm that was over Coventry has died as quickly as it went up.

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Blimey !!! 2 days on the trot and met office warnings for storms over us for Thursday and Friday . I believe the summer 2016 storm drought has well and truly ended .

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Just now, Mr_ Nexus said:

Blimey !!! 2 days on the trot and met office warnings for storms over us for Thursday and Friday . I believe the summer 2016 storm drought has well and truly ended .

Indeed. Thunder in June and September...summer finishing off the way it started!

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Estofex suggesting that isolated cells could go on into the night due to the decent mid level CAPE :) looks like a brilliant night for clear cut distant lightning! Let's hope this is the start. 

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10 minutes ago, Gord said:

Indeed. Thunder in June and September...summer finishing off the way it started!

the warnings for Friday I think are not really for storms they indicate some locally very heavy and thundery rain which refers to intensity , Lightning is not even mentioned the forecast tomorrow is different but since this area is warned now unlike today and yesterday I wouldn't be surprised if that was the day to be dry

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was actually replying to this

Blimey !!! 2 days on the trot and met office warnings for storms over us for Thursday and Friday . I believe the summer 2016 storm drought has well and truly ended .

Edited by Gordon Webb

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I can see the popcorn from here to my S/SW.

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Edited by Polar Maritime

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I can so the tops of the Midlands storms from Shardlow near Derby

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The Met office really hasn't done very well this last few days.!!

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2 minutes ago, Gordon Webb said:

the warnings for Friday I think are not really for storms they indicate some locally very heavy and thundery rain which refers to intensity , Lightning is not even mentioned the forecast tomorrow is different but since this area is warned now unlike today and yesterday I wouldn't be surprised if that was the day to be dry

Gordon;

The bird on BBC East Midlands 7pm Weather said "Thursday overnight into Friday morning a line of torrential thunderstorms will cross the country from west to east" "The morning commute could be really messy!"

 

 

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