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32 minutes ago, Swansonson69 said:

I don't think so but I do remember an earthquake a few years ago though. Only a small one. I remember a guy died because something fell on him. 

Was it an extremely hot thermometer? ? 

 

Edit: and ? because someone died

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Atmosphere fully capped here in Kent. Will do the Home Counties/Midlands a lot of favours I’m sure.

Hoping we might get a detonation later or failing that a flirtatious import 

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Looking at a few charts etc, and just my own opinion I have drawn a little guesstimate of where things may fire up and direction. if course could be 50 or so miles north or south.

What we all recon?

Peter.

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5 minutes ago, Flash bang flash bang etc said:

Was it an extremely hot thermometer? ? 

 

Edit: and ? because someone died

It was a night, I remember it waking me up. I think it was in the summer. 

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3 minutes ago, Swansonson69 said:

It was a night, I remember it waking me up. I think it was in the summer. 

The film ‘Casino’ always reminds me of an earthquake in the U.K.

I was watching the film and I was sat in the armchair and it gently wobbled. Also the house did a little groan. It was really eerie

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9 minutes ago, Petorious said:

Looking at a few charts etc, and just my own opinion I have drawn a little guesstimate of where things may fire up and direction. if course could be 50 or so miles north or south.

What we all recon?

Peter.

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Little further North for us in Lincoln would be nice ;) hope it waits out till dark but doubt it

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5 minutes ago, Flash bang flash bang etc said:

The film ‘Casino’ always reminds me of an earthquake in the U.K.

I was watching the film and I was sat in the armchair and it gently wobbled. Also the house did a little groan. It was really eerie

I know what you mean. 

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14 minutes ago, Petorious said:

Looking at a few charts etc, and just my own opinion I have drawn a little guesstimate of where things may fire up and direction. if course could be 50 or so miles north or south.

What we all recon?

Peter.

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I'd say a little further north looking at the radar. 

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Some showers seem to be forming across some parts of SW & C/S England on radar. Most likely these will remain isolated in this area, but could chuck out a couple of surprise thundery showers as the afternoon progresses.

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