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Ok, I have to reply to this because it's misleading the entire thread, iv studied radars and the weather all my life, the low pressure that formed along the south side of the main low is pushing east,

Nathan "not a weatherman" Rao of the Express says "Army on Standby as heaviest SNOWFALL hits in next 24 hours" What a bellend!    

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A max' of 32.1c here this afternoon, the highest on record ( since 1963 ) in July but just short of the all time record of August 3rd 1990. I actually recorded a max' of 31,8c in August 1990 but the instruments were 30 m higher up at that time but had to be moved 6 years ago due to vandalism.

I managed to operate both sites for several years before the final abandonment of the original site and the mean difference in extreme maximum temp'  in July and August was 0.7c so 32.5c would have had to be reached at the current site to equal the overall record. Had it not been for the area of cloud and few spots of rain during what is usually the hottest part of the day I'm fairly sure the record would have fallen.

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Nothing here east of Loughborough. 2⁰C cooler in the bedroom now but still reading 27.7⁰C.

Hope the colder front arrive a bit smartish. 

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4 hours ago, Monkeypants said:

lively cell slipped past here ST3 looks like uttoxeter way got a direct hit lots of lightning and long rumbles

few flashes I saw in the night, but think main area missed here to the East, probably battering Hixon

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A little warmer than expected today (26.1 °C) and retaining a little of the humid feel from the heatwave, though very little sunshine to go with it. Not too bad a day, though.

Unlike the weekend! Now looking like being close to a washout in some parts of our region.

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What a difference a couple of days makes! Absolutely miserable here in North Worcestershire this morning. The rain isn't all that hard at present, but it's relentless -- and the radar suggests there's a good deal more of it to come. It's chilly, grey and gloomy -- this really could be October, apart from the early sunrise.

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7 hours ago, MattStoke said:

Delightful, and to think people are pleased to see a return to this rubbish.

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not gonna lie matt i will be pleased to sleep tonight without sweating like fred west watching ground force!

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Still raining here this morning, Turned heavy in the the past few hour and more to come looking at the radar. Temp 12.8c

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Rain, heavy at times, overnight has cleared to the south west in the last hour. The 24 hr total of 33.1 mm makes it the wettest day of the year so far, a remarkable contrast to the second hottest day on record just 3 days ago.

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1 hour ago, Josh Rubio said:

It’s been raining pretty much non stop since last night here. What’s unusual is that looking on the radar, the band of rain just keeps on growing and expanding right over Leicester? 

back building of the type you'd never see if it were snow in the winter ? 

Been raining here too for 2 days solidly

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