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That was bizarre... We had a brief spell of moderate convective rainfall, but the stars were still visible, as very little cloud was present. We are also still getting vibrant flashes to our ENE every once in a while, but it seems to be slowly easing down with time.

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2 minutes ago, LightningLover said:

That was bizarre... We had a brief spell of moderate convective rainfall, but the stars were still visible, as very little cloud was present. We are also still getting vibrant flashes to our ENE every once in a while, but it seems to be slowly easing down with time.

Ditto here So near and yet so far. Again !! 

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Where are you LightningLover?

I'm on mobile, so don't get the location info.

Can we all include a quick location tag at the end of posts please to aid following what's going on. 

Thank you 🙂

Lee, SE12 

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Just now, Mark said:

Where are you LightningLover?

I'm on mobile, so don't get the location info.

Can we all include a quick location tag at the end of posts please to aid following what's going on. 

Thank you 🙂

I'm in Hastings, East Sussex.

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I really do need to get some kip soon, so ill probably leave the curtains/windows open, as long as I don't get invaded by these rather large moths that are around!

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4 minutes ago, LightningLover said:

I'm in Hastings, East Sussex.

Thanks LL. You seem in the firing line. Hoping it continues inland. 

Good luck with getting sleep! 

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Looks like it's not keeping up it's strength! 

Next time....

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Some big forks way off to the south east! Poss Dover

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One hellava shower here in Essex at dawn. A few flashes of lightning but the rain was so hard that I couldn't hear any thunder. 

All 5 of my cats got caught out in it. Some very unhappy moggies returned home shortly after it stopped.

 

 

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Can't wait for some storms to break out today. I'm still not quite sure if I will get one but I'm quite confident!

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16 minutes ago, zakarias285 said:

Can't wait for some storms to break out today. I'm still not quite sure if I will get one but I'm quite confident!

Feeling fresh this morning so I think you’ll need plenty of sun to beef things up.

Last night shows even in a low risk zone we can get some hefty little storms going though...

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Surprised to see no mention of temps on the main page forecast from today onwards. Warm and muggy? What's that? 25oC and 80% humidity or 30oC and 50% humidity. Anyone have any ideas for the SE?

Interestingly the met office don't have temps going over 20oC for my location and the feels like temps are lower than actual temps - totally opposite to netweather forecast

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It's ok I got the crud, cool wind and general again, 'it thundered and you didn't get any' weather. pooey. 

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10 hours ago, Neilsouth said:

Some big forks way off to the south east! Poss Dover

Nah missed here to my west, just.

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Well got thick low cloud today, better start lifting so there's some heat to build storms with for people further in land. It doesn't look like it will if I'm honest.

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High cloud breaking up over central London which is good, but the sun needs to join the party soon so if we want to see temps reach decent levels by this afternoon - it felt quite chilly earlier on

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It is all rather boring and tedious weather wise lately,at least with a showery westerly regime there is something to talk about.

This is just a yawnfest.Zzzzzz.

Wake me up when we get some weather.

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Och well...after two-days' azure blue skies, it's back to trying to spot Altocumulus grimsleyanus clouds through a horribly yellow-grey haze. Yuck!💤

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Two days of blue skies who are you kidding? We had like half a day of it...

But hey at least it will be another " HOTTEST JUNE ON RECORD BECAUSE LONDON ", according to the met office who are full of it

Awful depressing weather

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After a day of sunshine yesterday, it’s back to grey skies and dreariness. Not cold at 19C but still pretty depressing. 

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3 hours ago, Wimbledon88 said:

It is all rather boring and tedious weather wise lately,at least with a showery westerly regime there is something to talk about.

This is just a yawnfest.Zzzzzz.

Wake me up when we get some weather.

I'll wake you up on the 21st of November them.

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7 hours ago, Flash bang flash bang etc said:

Feeling fresh this morning so I think you’ll need plenty of sun to beef things up.

Last night shows even in a low risk zone we can get some hefty little storms going though...

The sun was out for about an hour this morning but then from 12 onwards it started getting darker. There's a heavy shower north west of my location but I thought it was going to develop quite well. This is my view of the shower from my window

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1 hour ago, lassie23 said:

I'll wake you up on the 21st of November them.

I am sure we will have some actual weather on the 18th July,i can feel it and they say so on the mad thread....

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