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Convective / Storm Discussion Thread - 27th Feb onwards

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1 minute ago, Mapantz said:

I would find somewhere on the A33 to park up, so you can be ready to go down the M27.

A31, surely?

Junction 2 M27 might be a good holding station, there's a Premier Inn off that junction and the car park has some views to the south.

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1 minute ago, tomp456 said:

We need a strong a stable storm to take us through the night. 

LOL! Yep. :)

Edited by West Sussex Kate

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Just now, Mokidugway said:

Only if corbyn wins 8)

I mean, it was funny the first time you said it but..

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Is it me or is it saying over 400 strikes a minute lol? Dayum o mighty the South could be in for a treat. More like this later this Summer plz aha

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Just now, Mokidugway said:

Seem to have had a computer glitch , must be the storm ,lol

Don't work for British Airways do you? 

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2 hours ago, eddy88888 said:

Dont think its  splitting, but im no expert, but its deff growing in size

I love a storm but not sure I'd want to be under that tbh. It looks like it's generating it's own weather now,  and looks like it's moving E/ESe as if it's pulling away from channel?

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Just now, thunderhead 2005 said:

Well this looks more like a kent clipper than anything booooo

Has Kent suddenly stretched all the way to Devon?

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Anyone know any good high spots or beach points to watch the storm, say around Eastbourne, over East Sussex way? 

Seriously considering getting in the car and hitting the M25 over the next 30-60 mins. Will take me 90 mins to smash it down the M25 south-east and get there. 

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Continuous sferics heard on my trusty old am radio here now and frequent flashes of lightning visible.

 

Edit: Spelling

Edited by SenlacJack

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1 minute ago, Mokidugway said:

Seem to have had a computer glitch , must be the storm ,lol

Its lagging so bad for me lol, its saying nearly 500 a minute! Brighton better watch out

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Just now, matt111 said:

Don't work for British Airways do you? 

No NHS .....:shok:

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Just now, Mapantz said:

Has Kent suddenly stretched all the way to Devon?

Theres no activity on the sw of the mass of rain

 

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1 minute ago, thunderhead 2005 said:

Well this looks more like a kent clipper than anything booooo

I think will be much bigger to give most of the very low south south east a show

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2 minutes ago, TJS1998Tom said:

Is it me or is it saying over 400 strikes a minute lol? Dayum o mighty the South could be in for a treat. More like this later this Summer plz aha

No  over 500 :p

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Just now, thunderhead 2005 said:

Theres no activity on the sw of the mass of rain

 

I still wouldn't call it a Kent clipper..

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3 minutes ago, UKSupercell said:

Anyone know any good high spots or beach points to watch the storm, say around Eastbourne, over East Sussex way? 

Seriously considering getting in the car and hitting the M25 over the next 30-60 mins. Will take me 90 mins to smash it down the M25 south-east and get there. 

Go just past Beachy Head Pub several car parks facing Seaford, execellent location!

Edited by Callie
Missed word

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Just now, Mark wheeler said:

No  over 500 :p

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Wow, that was an extra hundred within a minute! Imagine if we get something like this across the midlands later this summer!

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