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Convective/Storm Discussion Thread - 1st June onwards

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Very interesting radar at the moment, target area from all forecasters looks to be spot on today

Is this big mass all still elevated stuff i assume? 

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1 minute ago, TJS1998Tom said:

here it comes... deep rumbles of thunder, dark to my South

Getting darker to my south, heading upto you

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1 minute ago, sparky1972 said:

Getting darker to my south, heading upto you

Would have been great if it was even darker lol, still pretty amazing watching it build now though

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Storm approaching do I need to unplug phone and stuff TV Ariel is in loft do I still need to unplug that help!!!!

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1 hour ago, billywizz65 said:

Well, I'm not very hopeful for any more activity here. Not promising at all. 

Nice cell on the Sussex coast a little earlier.Several shotgun blasts of thunder right overhead and good CG lightning.Torrential rain too.

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Cracker of a storm just started here. CG and loud thunder!

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Just now, ilsewin said:

Cracker of a storm just started here. CG and loud thunder!

Think I can hear that from here! Needs to move just a little West, but we know it won't lol

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Stunning clouds from this latest cell and some emerging greenage too! Not in my photos though which should an elevated mini gust front type formation followed by undulatus asperatus 

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Just now, Homerr said:

Think I can hear that from here! Needs to move just a little West, but we know it won't lol

oh no massive dump of rain around Oxted... flash flooding thunder and lightening very .............. hope the Godstone beer festival is still on 

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York storm clouds 

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2 minutes ago, Homerr said:

Think I can hear that from here! Needs to move just a little West, but we know it won't lol

You never know. Radar shows the rain building westward, so you might get lucky! *fingers crossed for you*

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Just saw my first CG of the day - a stunning multi stroke 

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Just now, Norfolk Sheep said:

Nothing here apart from passing anvils from storms further west. Unbelievable. 

The Great Eastern Desert continues its dry season.

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2 minutes ago, TJS1998Tom said:

are these merging?

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Yep turning into a big old MCS - Should be some stunning lightning later when it gets dark

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1 minute ago, Norfolk Sheep said:

Nothing here apart from passing anvils from storms further west. Unbelievable. 

Same here, and the heat seems to be even more oppressive than earlier. Still 31C  

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Just now, Norfolk Sheep said:

Nothing here apart from passing anvils from storms further west. Unbelievable. 

I know your pain, fingers crossed for later!

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14 minutes ago, SNOW_JOKE said:

There's the possibility of that, local METAR does show thunderstorms for MAN and LPL into tonight and parts of tomorrow, I don't have access to the higher res models however so just going along with nowcasting unless anything pops up in the Stoke-on-Trent/Wolverhampton are with association to outflowing from the storms over in the East.

If I was being picky... the TAF (Terminal Area Forecast) is showing storms into the night, the METAR is the actual conditions at the time of the report, usually updated every 30 minutes or more frequently if special conditions are reached: That's called a METAR SPECI. (60 degree change in wind, 10kts change in wind, CB in vicinity, etc etc will get a METAR SPECI produced) 

Sorry to pick up on it, I've just finished the Airline Transport Pilot License exams so am being particularly specific :) 

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4 minutes ago, Tony M said:

York storm clouds 

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Wow! that structure is great to see. looks like a decent right mover on radar

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