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1 minute ago, alexisj9 said:

Yep agreed it's sse now lol. Temp has just hit 16.

And we now have a 3 mph straight northerly!:D

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29 minutes ago, Ed Stone said:

And we now have a 3 mph straight northerly!:D

Actually no wind at all hurrah!

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Vile morning here and still is. 

Torrential rain this morning, cold and grey. 

Fields completely bogged here again on dog walk with saturated ground. Not great at all. 

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Coat out of the airing cupboard and back on this morning 🙄.  Allotment so waterlogged that the ground gives way under your feet, going to have some unhappy pumpkin plants. Never mind, at least we're having loads and load of weather!!!🤩

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Aye guys, the weather gods really are not playing fair, just now. You lot have been flooded out for days, while I'm staring at an upcoming water shortage (in the ground, not in the reservoirs)...Let's hope that, over time, things will even out a wee bit?:D

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france is going for it again, lit up like a christmas tree.

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1 hour ago, alexisj9 said:

france is going for it again, lit up like a christmas tree.

Just spotted it in the NE corner of France. Have noticed it getting noticeably darker in central London in the last hour.

Spitalfields, E1 (today)

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Bright sunshine and 19C...So just hang in there, NS, things are about to get better!

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What a foul day. Total humid gloom fest, so bloody depressing while just over the Channel it’s 26C and sunny. Looks like clearer air is trying to move in from the SE but seriously, my 84 year old uncle could move faster.

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Looks like there is cloud gathering over parts of central Surrey, some of it has that threatening navy blue tint to it - might just be the sun but I think it might lead to some heavy showers

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North France updraft, with Kent mist.

 

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A misty, humid morning with a high of 16c. 

The sun started to make an appearance around midday and temperatures responded nicely, a high of 23c in the end. Not too shabby!

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2 hours ago, Ed Stone said:

Bright sunshine and 19C...So just hang in there, NS, things are about to get better!

Why does the sun only ever appear at 6pm? How useless is that? 

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Sun appeared here for all of 5 minutes just now.. 

Its now gone cloudy, grim & chilly again 🙄

Ironic that folk are hoping for yet more rain and thunder, it’s been like a November day here. Grey & misty. 

Snapshot of the 18:00 radar... no ppn what so ever over our part... do a sun dance instead!!! 

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Edited by Ben Lewis

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So somewhere in the southeast could get an absolute pasting tomorrow judging by Chris Fawkes on the weather for the week ahead just now .

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5 hours ago, stainesbloke said:

What a foul day. Total humid gloom fest, so bloody depressing while just over the Channel it’s 26C and sunny. Looks like clearer air is trying to move in from the SE but seriously, my 84 year old uncle could move faster.

If you think thats depressing,look what southern norway is having. 33c and wall to wall sunshine. 3 months ago they were having weeks of -10 and deep deep snow.

Looking a bit lively round these parts tommorow though.

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Super humid outside already misty here in N Surrey 16c and a DP of 15.7c !! 

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Forget mist, we have a full fog here, with the port fog beakon beeping away.

Temp 14.1 DP 13.9 and humidity of 95.

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MetO kindly give a yellow warning for Thurs but the hourly forecast says nothing of the sort, just a 50% chance of rain in the afternoon. Not a brilliant forecast, looks like the wait may continue...

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Morning all,

Up early to take my all important, blood pressure medication.

Have been watching sferics, dancing around to our south and east for a while. Looks like these areas of thundery ppn could merge, to give our region a period of thundery rain, as we go through the morning. You can see these areas of dense cloud, with embedded electrical activity, below,

https://de.sat24.com/de

It's not surprising we've seen so much thundery activity, in the past few days, with so much juice in the atmosphere and yet again this morning, dew points are high over our are area and especially so, to our south and east, as depicted below.

http://www.meteociel.fr/observations-meteo/point-de-rosee.php

As stated yesterday, seem to have my Brontophobic tendencies, more under control now, than used to be the case, thankfully.

Had a really good Physio session at Orpington hospital, yesterday morning and continuing to make a decent recovery, after my Brain Haemorrhage, in Sept.2015.

My therapist wants me to use the left hand side of my body, much more than I have been, as my left hand side was severely affected, by my stroke. Some of you may have seen BBC's political journalist, Andrew Marr, with a similar left-sided problem, after suffering a stroke. I also tend to let my left arm, hang limply. I'm very much right-handed anyway and using my left hand, is proving very difficult for me. My therapist has suggested a put something on my right hand, to encourage me, to use my left hand.So it's a case of "Put a sock on it", rather than "Put a sock in it"😁

I shall be typing with my left hand too, in future. If you're about to read one of my posts, it may pay to have a tab open for "Google Translate" open, in Czech mode, as it could get quite interesting. I'm really thankful you can check what you've typed first, before posting.

Hope you all enjoy your day, thundery or otherwise!!

Regards,

Tom. :hi:

 

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8 hours ago, Wimbledon88 said:

If you think thats depressing,look what southern norway is having. 33c and wall to wall sunshine. 3 months ago they were having weeks of -10 and deep deep snow.

Looking a bit lively round these parts tommorow though.

Fog here this morning! Looks like some of us could see some severe thunderstorms today. Those temperatures in Norway are insane, at least it’s sunny there too.

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Very grey and humid this morning, 15.7c and 97% humidity.

Looks like no one really knows where the storms will pop up today, both the BBC and MetO video forecasts aren't particularly great. Seems the common trend is that that those in CSE and further West stand a good chance. 

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