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Lovely skies this evening. 

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yeah it really is beautiful. wish i could timelapse the sunset but not enough charge on the camera.

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“Glug glug glug”. That’s the sound of the storm chances for my area this week going down the drain again. Was looking alright but not so much now. 

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A kent  clipper or more lucky souls perhaps..

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Really don’t hold out much hope for tomo going by the more trustworthy forecasts which put everything over the continent and a marginal clipper at best.

Yes I could be proved wrong, but I doubt it.

An awful waste of some really good heat right there.

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Another disappointment likely.

this summer has been fantastic for heat but dreadful here for storms:(

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Considering we have had so much heat this summer I can only actually count one storm that’s even worth mentioning around here and typically I was not even home when it arrived and totally missed it, so not even one storm for me 😓

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I think I’d rather have classic summer weather with the odd plume thrown in. If one thing we’ve learnt this summer it’s that heat doesn’t guarantee storms. 

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Locking this now, opening a fresh thread for the upcoming week. 

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