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RAPID development on those 2 cells near Chester!! From nothing to something in 5 minutes!? 

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Thunder here!!! Seems to be coming from over The Wirral

 

Pete

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22c here with a dew of 18c

Clouds are reminiscent of El Gordo

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Really hope Lincoln gets something, people are saying we're in for a good chance for a violent one but hmm. Guess it's still early yet

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Sferics really kicking off around Liverpool, some to the west and the others to the south and east.  Like people have mentioned from nothing to lightning strikes within 30 mins.

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6 minutes ago, I remember Atlantic 252 said:

Ay, but not everywhere, mostly scattered

I haven't looked at the forecast for St Helier, to be honest,

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hope the stuff developing in north wales develops more and moves into this area .  whats the chances,  game on at the moment for merseyside and greater manchester ? 

oh please I hope so,

 

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well thats it for here, bbc forecast has storms north of here tonight and south of here in the morning, on the plus side, what a wonderfull few days its been heat wise, hopefully more hot spells to come through the summer

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5 minutes ago, Summerstorm said:

Looks like that cell is going to go North of me :nonono:

Keep the faith ... the evening is young :friends:

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Good luck, all. I hope we all see something over the next 24 hours.

:drunk-emoji:

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22 minutes ago, Dangerous55019 said:

Evening Sarah. :)

I honestly don't know... but reading some of the other posts I wouldn't write this off just yet.:bomb:

I'm the t'other side of Hope Mountain, so I fully understand your pain on this.

There is a lot more water to go under the bridge as yet. :good:

Hi dangerous. I'm originally from Wrexham but currently on holiday just to the south of Hull. Are my chances better there? Would hate back home to get more than me whilst I'm away lol (which would be typical tbh!!)

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Cap still firmly in place here. But it looks lit near Liverpool!

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Well I mentioned earlier I will anticipate some storms if we start seeing some whites on the meto rainfall radar. They are popping up near Liverpool.

Perhaps my reputation as a weather forecaster with my friends can be kept after all :D

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1 minute ago, IMP757 said:

There goes the cap!

Fingers crossed it'll reach us

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Just about to board a plane so won't be able to keep up with the action, does anyone know how I can get any radar returns for 4/5 hours previously, many thanks

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Just now, TJS1998Tom said:

Fingers crossed it'll reach us

I'm keeping an eye on the triangle between Stoke, Birmingham and Shrewsbury for storm development which may effect us.

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Some nice clouds over here in Warminster in Wiltshire 

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21 hours ago, Nick L said:

Big blobs of rain ,heard first rumble of thunder

 

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