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A few independent stations in France have received in excess of 40mm of rain in under an hour.

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This is the view from my window now. Fantastic cloud scape! :good:

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To everyone not in with a shout tonight,  sharknado has just started! :rofl: don't know what's scarier, the special effects or the acting. 

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Anvil tops on forming MCS must be in excess of 10,000 square miles now :shok:

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looking ominous in the fading light here in Saltdean just east of Brighton 

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1 minute ago, Christchurch storm nut said:

To everyone not in with a shout tonight,  sharknado has just started! :rofl: don't know what's worst, the special effects or the acting. 

The fact that it got 4 sequels

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Just now, Buckster said:

10,000 square miles ?!

Was wondering that myself

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28 minutes ago, Frosty hollows said:

Is it splitting?

Everybody in, it's splitting!

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100 x 100 miles? I wasn't any good at maths, but that's not a bad estimate.

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that storm over North France look amazing - but I'm worried its going to be a Kent Clipper at best

98.5% happens - even if models say otherwise

camera and spare battery still charged just in-case though !

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The mcs has split, the SE quadrant is winning and is probably still gaining benefit from the warm land mass. This will move ENE into Sussex/Kent. Outflow from the weakening western portion may aid growth of storms to its north and west. 

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yep that cam is great if i don't get anything at least i saw some kind of lightning. :D

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The NW France cells are starting to get a NE swing on now...

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net weathers in house high res... 12z wow!

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Just now, Harry said:

The NW France cells are starting to get a NE swing on now...

How do you think it' looking for North Yorkshire with the North East movement?

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1 minute ago, Surrey said:

net weathers in house high res... 12z wow!

Can u post pic

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Some burk keeps zooming in, otherwise its a good stream.

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You can't see much at all here, but you can see the intensity of this storm in France!

 

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