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SE and East Anglia general weather discussion 26/03/2018 onwards

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I honestly think it's getting near beddy and making a run for it. It did this the other night too. 

Not happy.😡

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However, it looks like Netweather did better than Accuweather.    :)

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Some impressive-looking cumulus build-up in the North Sea...

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I can confirm thunder & lightening in Potters Bar, nice, but not frightening.

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 10amDrove to Southend this morning, Lightning, thunder and rain, got back home to Thurrock 13:20 Lightning, thunder and rain. Same storm or have a series of them passed over?

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more rumbles and it is seriously dark

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been thundering four days in a row, half the fun of snow though👺

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Distant rumbles has once again resumed here in Tonbridge, sky very dark tot he north.

Just waiting for the first reports from Crayford of the Cray bursting it's banks, as it normally does in this sort of situation.

Appears to be line convection along a convergence zone creating the storms, which in this situation occur along the same ares for a prolonged period.

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I see you, Scully! 

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Ty Crazy and ty for getting the name right. 😉

Gravesend here, and it finally seems to be calming down,,, sort of.

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Just now, Scully said:

Ty Crazy and ty for getting the name right. 😉

Gravesend here, and it finally seems to be calming down,,, sort of.

Eventually I got the name right, ruddy predictive text put Schultz! 😳😂😂

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Seems we have missed the worse of the storm and rain at London Southbank.  I've heard from my daughter in Bexleyheath and it's pretty bad there.

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Still a few rubbles but most of the heavy stuff has gone through now by the looks of things. There's a fair bit of flood water in front of the house.

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2 minutes ago, snow raven said:

Seems we have missed the worse of the storm and rain at London Southbank.  I've heard from my daughter in Bexleyheath and it's pretty bad there.

Yes I have heard that Bexleyheath is copping it at the moment. any reports of flooding???

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Just now, snowray said:

Still a few rubbles but most of the heavy stuff has gone through now by the looks of things. There's a fair bit of flood water in front of the house.

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which part of Erith is that Snowray?

I am in welling and guessing its just as bad there now

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Just now, Jimmyh said:

which part of Erith is that Snowray?

I am in welling and guessing its just as bad there now

Up the hill on Bexley rd, Fire engine just gone down to Erith town center, all the water is heading down the hill so could be a fair bit of flooding down there.

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seem to be leading a charmed life here in East Berkshire all the action seems to be missing us , will this change later ???

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7 minutes ago, Jimmyh said:

Yes I have heard that Bexleyheath is copping it at the moment. any reports of flooding???

Just seen a snapchat video from my daughter outside our house and there is a river of water flowing in the road, but that's not unusual during heavy rain.  No doubt Crayford will flood yet again...

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Quite a lot of thunder near Heathrow, it’s raining now and going very dark. 

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Does anyone know if this is the last batch or is there more coming from Belgium on a similar path?

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Getting some proper thunder here now. I see there is now a flood warning out for the Cray. No doubt Hall Place flood control will be filling up shortly

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