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Convective/Storm Discussion Thread - 19th May 2018 onwards

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9 minutes ago, Alderc said:

Can see those turkey towers from moors valley! You got any hint of a sea breeze or still offshore?

Still offshore at the moment.

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Looks like Thursday and Friday is my best chance of seeing storms. 60% chance Thursday and 52% chance on Friday. 

It'll be interesting to see what happens these next coming days though. 

 

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Reports coming in that the Sussex storm has caused major flooding on the main A27 South coast link road around Worthing..

Reports of cars broken down in floodwater, stationary traffic and a fallen tree.

Edited by sunnijim

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1 minute ago, Alderc said:

Looks like explosive development down towards Bournemouth, I’m about 15miles inland

It's looking rather menacing isn't it! 

I promised I would take the little one out the next time there was a storm,  (she's about to turn 7) but for some reason she's starting to chicken out 😂

Hopefully  she won't be too frightened ⛈️⛈️⛈️

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Just now, Swansonson69 said:

Looks like Thursday and Friday is my best chance of seeing storms. 60% chance Thursday and 52% chance on Friday. 

It'll be interesting to see what happens these next coming days though. 

 

I hear you, I live on the south coast but normally pass beside us...

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2 minutes ago, sunnijim said:

Reports coming in that the Sussex storm has caused major flooding on the main A27 South coast link road around Worthing..

Reports of cars broken down in floodwater, stationary traffic and a fallen tree.

Realy?....I haven't seen a drop here, and I am less the 10 miles from there..

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A weather station in Findon shows 34mm of rain falling in under an hour.

42mm in Littlehampton

Edited by Mapantz

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1 minute ago, Chi-gareth said:

I hear you, I live on the south coast but normally pass beside us...

I'd love to go storm chasing but I can't for a few reasons. Reason one because my dad has a really bad back at the moment. Reason 2 I can't drive and reason 3 my girlfriend is in the US at the moment, we're also looking for a house. 

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2 minutes ago, Chi-gareth said:

Realy?....I haven't seen a drop here, and I am less the 10 miles from there..

Very localised then.Sussex traffic watch have it just breaking on their site.

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Oh good, looks like a storm to the East of the Isle of Wight Will make it here in time for tea!

Hope that's not the words of doom. I can see the top of it from here.

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7 minutes ago, Mapantz said:

Still offshore at the moment.

Well that’s were it’ll stay!

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Just now, sunnijim said:

Very localised then.Sussex traffic watch have it just breaking on their site.

Must be...You can see the rain from here but looks like it's just off shore

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Apart from the Brighton storm times running out and we are close to a bust!

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9 minutes ago, sunnijim said:

Reports coming in that the Sussex storm has caused major flooding on the main A27 South coast link road around Worthing..

Reports of cars broken down in floodwater, stationary traffic and a fallen tree.

I didn’t think there was too much rain here...what fell was heavy....but it’s almost dry now lol

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3 minutes ago, Chi-gareth said:

Must be...You can see the rain from here but looks like it's just off shore

Hammerpot hill, Angerming one of the worst affected and nearby locality if you are more familiar with that area than me.

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Just now, Alderc said:

Apart from the Brighton storm times running out and we are close to a bust!

We need something to either fire over us, or around Winchester, going by the steering wind.

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The cell by the iow has formed again where there is an evident sea breeze.

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2 minutes ago, sunnijim said:

Hammerpot hill, Angerming one of the worst affected and nearby locality if you are more familiar with that area than me.

It's not far, but thankfully am at home today, thank God one of my rest days falls on a bank hoilday 👌👍

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10 minutes ago, Mapantz said:

A weather station in Findon shows 34mm of rain falling in under an hour.

42mm in Littlehampton

Can you find one near Angermang mate?

That's where reports of extreme flooding are coming from on Sussex traffic

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2 minutes ago, Mapantz said:

We need something to either fire over us, or around Winchester, going by the steering wind.

SomethIng over you’re way now? Something purbeck way? Hard to tell driving down the A338!

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Just now, sunnijim said:

Can you find one near Angermang mate?

That's where reports of extreme flooding are coming from on Sussex traffic

If I remember the nearest is shoreham airport, there may be one at Worthing 

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Towering Cu appearing here now, pretty much right on cue. 

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The cell that bugged Chichester for awhile now seems to be heading towards Portsmouth.

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2 minutes ago, Chi-gareth said:

If I remember the nearest is shoreham airport, there may be one at Worthing 

42mm in under an hour at Littlehampton certainly flash flooding teritory.

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