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17 minutes ago, Neglectedchicken said:

 

Spalding looks incredibly badly hit according to blitzortung is this true?

I'm in pinchbeck about 2 mile out of Spalding. Was died still when it approached but then the wind went from nothing to about 30 mph and torrential rain. It actually scared me. 

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Think those storms coming out of Paris will miss West Kent, think it'll clip Sittingbourne eastwards.

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Just seen a Pic of the York Storm on Social Media and 100% High Based Supercell - Stunning Structure

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10 minutes ago, East_England_Stormchaser91 said:

What a scary storm that was. I’ve never heard such constant thunder from a storm! Got very gusty with straight line winds. 

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Looks like round 2 is on the way aswell 😂👌

It was very intense but it passed by quicker than I thought! The storms to london look to be heading towards us direct hit

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All quiet again here, though it feels far less oppressive even with the moderate amount of rain we had. Hopefully this cloud cover will persist and the temp tonight will be cool enough to get a decent amount of sleep.

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Just now, Paul Sherman said:

Just seen a Pic of the York Storm on Social Media and 100% High Based Supercell - Stunning Structure

can you post a link here? 

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5 minutes ago, Lauren said:

Think those storms coming out of Paris will miss West Kent, think it'll clip Sittingbourne eastwards.

Watch out for that Frencie, once it hits our southern coast it may well explode, and it's all going to be happening with your name all

over it

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2 minutes ago, Paul Sherman said:

Just seen a Pic of the York Storm on Social Media and 100% High Based Supercell - Stunning Structure

Wasn't there a guy on this forum that basically disputed any supercell in the UK whenever it happens? 

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blizortung is going nuts, some strikes in south west approaches I think they will die off soon.

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Frequent lightning and rumbles to the south here (dn37) 

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Blitzortung is crazy and to think its not even dark yet and this much has happened

2 minutes ago, viking_smb said:

blizortung is going nuts, some strikes in south west approaches I think they will die off soon.

 

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Oh it would be so good to have a second storm like we have had so far today, dont think it will happen but you never know.

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Envious of the storm to my east. Looks like a right whopper!

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Watching anvils passing slowly to the east of me. Annoying.

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Thunder heard in Peterborough again, round 2! Storm from London looks like its coming northwards after heading to lincolnshire

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The volume of lightning strikes between Spalding and Kings Lynn where the storms seem to merge looks so filled on the lightning map.

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It's like night here at the moment, very dark with lots of thunder and lightning to the west.

The radar is a mess of anaprop at the moment though, so no idea if we'll get a hit.

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The heavens have opened! Shortly after this photo ⚡😄

Absolutely incredible right now. The wind speeds!!!

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Well East Yorkshire has certainly been the hotspot for storms yesterday and today, the main area of activity now crossing the Humber and heading North. 

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Lightning 7 miles away apparently, sadly north of me. Possible distant rumble heard though...

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