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Convective / Storm Discussion Thread - 31st May 2017 onwards

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Much cloudier here now, bike big bases on the clouds. I think east of here could get something.

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1 minute ago, STORMGUY said:

cumulus clouds now starting to appear.

become very cloudy now in Wolverhampton  espicially to the west    and still warm at 27.4

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development to the south of chester now

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A decent 22c on the south coast with not a single rain drop in sight. 

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Some covective clouds ganging up on Solihull and Birmingham 

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sudden downgrade to nothing, 0% thunder on netweather forecast for here & the dewpoint is actually starting to drop 

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Things starting to tick along now    developments  on the welsh borders  and just south of Shrewsbury  also south of chester

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5 minutes ago, Flash bang flash bang etc said:

Is that a surface-based storm over near Norwich which has just kicked-up?

It could be; there's renewed thunder here, and it's up to the north?:good:

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First signs of rain south of Chester as mentioned before, and it's not anaprop which is good.

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Quick look on lightning maps and Belgium is lighting up also under a level 2 estofex warning.. just wish it woukd kick off like that over here later..

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Not a lot going on if you're in the south or south west, I think it's game over for today. :(

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Building rapidly, looks to be heading south of here, probably Wakefield if it keeps on developing. 

 

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11 minutes ago, SNOW_JOKE said:

First signs of rain south of Chester as mentioned before, and it's not anaprop which is good.

Moving E-NE and intensifying weakening again...

Edited by Carl46Wrexham

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Chester cell really is coming along nicely

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Actually I can now see towers to the south but there's a building in the way to the north so I can't comment.

Blitzortung also showing activity just to the south of here but there's a tree in the way, so again I cannot comment

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Same here in Walsall, as reports through the Midlands, cumulus getting thicker and ganging up together.

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Chester is giving me hope!

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Just now, karyo said:

Chester is giving me hope!

@karyo It's giving me the opposite it's heading the wrong way for me :nonono:

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live west midlands web cam.

 

 

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Cell popped up north of Leeds

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Huge storm literally just brewed up around Cambridge - huge bangs and cloud to ground lightning a plenty!!! :):):) 

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18 minutes ago, AL. said:

Not a lot going on if you're in the south or south west, I think it's game over for today. :(

To be honest, a few days ago it looked promising for us over here, but the shift eastwards came in day by day in the model outputs. The problem is, as AJ mentioned yesterday, the steering flow (T500 and T700 I believe) has resulted in a much more progressive movement of potential thunderstorms, rather than the original more Northward path up from the S coast. This originally meant showers were going to form more widely across SW quadrant of England along the surface trough, but that is currently moving across the SE corner, with the storms forecast later to develop along areas of wind convergence.

Edited by Chris K

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