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No Storms Club 2017 Season

As requested by @Dami, a new thread for the new convective season.

Reckon I'll be spending a bit of time in here :wink:

 

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Ah thank you. Thought I needed to ask if it was ok:rofl:

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I am in here so far this year lol,but plenty of time to get out,i hope that i will not be stuck in here come the end of the year though.

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Think most are probably still in here at the moment, myself included. 

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yeah no thunder here. :nea:

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The interesting point here, is that in true terms we have no convective season. Looking back in the winter months many places had thunderstorms, as did we here, so the thread itself suggesting a no storms club from a set date, is... in this day and age less of a timely  meteorological event, as storms can and do occur in almost any month throughout the year.

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yeah but it more for plumes and the like. Or if a thunderstorm event has been forecast. So mainly the spring/summer. 

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