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Convective / Storm Discussion Thread - 27th Feb onwards

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Just now, Jcweather said:

I do enjoy nights like this. The forum is a hive of activity, there's a storm potential, and a general air of 'will we, won't we'

 

I know, I'm odd.

I love it here on storm nights and snow nights! :)

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13 minutes ago, Aiden2012 said:

No license :( lol 

I hope we get something as well lol, I'm up at Pickering for the week which is sightly further up North

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16 minutes ago, *Stormforce~beka* said:

This is my thinking. I would be peeing myself in excitement if I was in Brighton right now!

I am in Brighton and can confirm I am peeing myself in excitement. Heading to the beach shortly! 

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1 minute ago, Noahjoe said:

I am in Brighton and can confirm I am peeing myself in excitement. Heading to the beach shortly! 

Be safe!

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is it me or does that have a more northerly track now?

 

holy loads of strike in the channel

Edited by thunderhead 2005

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A slightly hopeful thing is that it seem the cells at the bottom of the mess are getting more intense

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Some sparse lightning starting to strike in the batch to the West of the main storm now - Areas further West could see something too! 

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2 minutes ago, Jcweather said:

I do enjoy nights like this. The forum is a hive of activity, there's a storm potential, and a general air of 'will we, won't we'

 

I know, I'm odd.

Nothing wrong with that!

Funny thing is I don't like the storms but I love the excitement on here, the photography that can sometimes come out of an event like this... and all the updating on where the action is, even if in my case it serves as a warning to go into bat mode and hide under a duvet with headphones on and the world hopefully off. (I'm autistic, and find loud noises and flashing light overwhelming most of the time. Unpredictability makes them worse, so storm tracking really helps me!)

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what sort of chance have we in portsmouth got of seeing a storm tonight please just want to know if im waiting up or going to bed now

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Just now, thunderhead 2005 said:

more sefrics showing SW of Weymouth cmon

yea thats where the warm plume is now

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intresting, the instability moves in from the east.. 

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Just now, Flash bang flash bang etc said:

Got my first strike on camera :-)

 

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WOAHHHHHHHHHHH IM EXCITEDDDDDDDDDDDDD

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Hi all, very humid here in Bedford and very still. Looks like I may be far to west though? Any thoughts? Do I stay up? 

No good storms for years ☹️️

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nothing here so off to bed it is, only joking, haha, temp curently 17.7, humidity increased to 73%, bit of a breeze but not feeling thundery at all, good luck to all down south, looking like some good storms could make it across the channel

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Just now, snowwonder said:

Hi all, very humid here in Bedford and very still. Looks like I may be far to west though? Any thoughts? Do I stay up? 

No good storms for years ☹️️

Only stay up if you have nothing to do tomorrow :p

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