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Convective/Storm Discussion Thread - 19th May 2018 onwards

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Just now, TropicThunder said:

Thunder!

Guess that was the same as I heard here coming from between us. 

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11 minutes ago, Chi-gareth said:

I am watching that I wounder if it finds it way over here? 

Steering winds from the NE at this stage, maybe that will change later and send them this way?

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Towers going up looking out eastwards from Wellingborough, south east midlands.

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3 minutes ago, Chi-gareth said:

Sorry south coast, west Sussex. Very small chance but you never know

Just stick it in your profile so it appears on the left next to every post, helps everyone keep track. 😉

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2 minutes ago, Darandio said:

Just stick it in your profile so it appears on the left next to every post, helps everyone keep track. 😉

Apart from it doesn' show on mobiles. Well annoying! 

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Looking increasingly dark to the east. Darker than it looks in the picture. 

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Towers are appearing here in Bexleyheath (NW Kent).  Fingers crossed things go off bang this evening 🤞

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Sun has suddenly gone in and there is really rapid cloud formation above me. Distant thunder from the calshot cell.

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Very quite around here, I was hoping the patch of something hovering around Worthing might turn it something but looks to be fading away to nothing now. 

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The northern French coast laughing at our pathetic attempt at storms today! 

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Haven’t you stormchasers had enough excitement yet.

It’s very unusual to see the duration of those storms in the UK a few days back.  

Edited by nick sussex

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Beautiful cloudscape today looking NW and N towards Dartmoor from Salcombe. Currently a weird rifle shaped anvil visible the furthest west of the convection! Clouds have been bubbling up for several hours now but only in the last 30min or so have they started looking a bit more organised. Not convinced they will produce anything but you never know...

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Things just can't get going here, definitely some ingredients missing, best we can muster is a few light raindrops

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4 minutes ago, nick sussex said:

Haven’t you stormchasers had enough excitement yet.

It’s very unusual to see the duration of those storms in the UK a few days back.  

Not those who got naff all on Saturday 😄

I want a storm, here, tonight!

(won’t happen though!)

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That Calshot cells incredibly slow moving. Still breaking up and intensifying each time the radar updates. 

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7 minutes ago, Alderc said:

The northern French coast laughing at our pathetic attempt at storms today! 

Water is wet

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Surprised to see the anvil visible from here is actually attached to the storm nr Bury st Eds. thought it was closer. Hey ho.

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Crazy humid. I'm sweating doing nothing. Towers everywhere.

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Plenty of tower's have gone up through the afternoon, but not enough oomph within them to keep them going. Not a sausage here in the past three days.

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5 minutes ago, Tom dewey likes thunder said:

8.33 strikes of lighting in France

What does a 1/3 of a strike look like? 😉🤣

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