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Just spotted this here and took a quick snap with my phone. Nothing electric yet but hopefully it'll explode in to life. 

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Edited by Summerstorm

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Been up on the tops around Bleaklow today, got a little dicey around 3pm when the humidity shot up and AcCas was beginning to form, but it was just the passing lighter showers over the Midlands and not the monstrous CB I was envisaging in my mind, with no phone signal. Clear-skies again now and back at home I can finally look westwards for developments over Wales.

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9 minutes ago, Dexter said:

Quite a cluster of strikes across Central North Wales and other strikes to the West and East of this now. This cluster will probably head towards Northern part of Wirral and Merseyside/Lancs Coast.

It looks a little small on the netweather radar, but this early I'll take anything as a start to the lightning season

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Thought Chris would be all over a potential storm day?

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The cells are dying out as they go over the hills over here any ideas why?

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7 minutes ago, Weather-history said:

Can see the cell off the Irish Sea from here now, through the haze.

Yep I can see it in the distance 

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2 minutes ago, Summerstorm said:

The cells are dying out as they go over the hills over here any ideas why?

Curse of the North West

Can see the clouds now, they're moving quite quick

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1 minute ago, Mokidugway said:

It's going to go boom very soon ,keep the faith ,lol

We’ve swapped haha I was optimistic last night, you less so. 😂 I’m still hoping, instability is still to the west, and the showers can fire quickly!

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The radar looks even worse 😂

 

EDIT shower gone up east of Aberystwyth, so it’s still kicking off

Edited by Darren Bown

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Well it looks like skirting round me like the majority of snow, Weatherless Wirral 💩 💩 💩 

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30 minutes ago, Darren Bown said:

We’ve swapped haha I was optimistic last night, you less so. 😂 I’m still hoping, instability is still to the west, and the showers can fire quickly!

Lol might be the IPA talking 😂😂

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Well we wait all year for snow then get some and all happy and then we wait for spring it never really sprung and then when we do get some decent weather we can't wait for the breakdown cos we want thunder and lightning lol never happy are we apart from I'm not keen on thunderstorms they kind of freak me out 

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Not giving up yet but not looking great so far that Cell over Bala/Harlech way is heading straight into the Irish Sea so is not a lot of use for the NW apart from those on the coasts hopefully some new cells will fire soon though.

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Just now, Summerstorm said:

Not giving up yet but not looking great so far that Cell over Bala/Harlech way is heading straight into the Irish Sea so is not a lot of use for the NW apart from those on the coasts hopefully some new cells will fire soon though.

I think anything could form up to midnight really.

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Get a feeling it's slowly going down the pan.

What has happened to thunder? We have had bad seasons for snow eg 2013-14 but we still get good seasons from time to time. I recorded 27 days of falling snow this past season. 

Last recorded a year with thunder days in the 20s was in the 1990s 

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2 minutes ago, Mokidugway said:

Distant rumbles from the sea 

Looks like Cumbria, especially the south, would do well!

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