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South West and Central Southern England Regional Weather Discussion 01/06/2019 Onwards

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40 minutes ago, Lyn-M said:

Current views here to NE and NW, blustery again now, but 19.2°C.

 

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Similar to my view NW and NE. Blue skies overhead and fairly warm when out of the breeze. 15.9°C

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Turned out to be a lovely sunny afternoon after a cloudy and dry morning.
18.5c, wind 10mph SSE

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Well after an hour of endless showery rain-drizzle-showery rain, it's sunny again with blue sky above. 

16.0°C

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Lovely down at Southbourne.

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Here's the view towards home and the cell that prompted a trip to the beach.

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4 minutes ago, jtay said:

Lovely down at Southbourne.

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Here's the view towards home and the cell that prompted a trip to the beach.

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It's been one of those days that you can look to the 4 main compass points and see different cloud in each quadrant, was sat in the garden earlier watching the cell activity to the north for the last hour or so..Meanwhile here it's been a fine day and 19.6°C at: 15:20

 

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All the showers are forming just to my NE, brighter not far to the SW and I'm kind of in the middle with cloud building overhead but not enough for any rain. A bit draughty at times with temps only at 16.6 °C

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raining steadily here for past half an hour but not heavily. 

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looks like a wall of rain to the west of me. Must be torrential under that

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Has clouded over again here, with darker clouds to the N/NW.. but looking at the radar it looks like that will miss us. Temp 16.1°C

A high today of 19.3°C @ 13:17

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Cloudy morning changed over to a warm and sunny mid afternoon, before some high level cloud from a occluded front that is parking itself over us for the next few days.

High was 20.7°C with light SW winds.

Currently hazy with a light Southerly, temperature 14.9°C.

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Absoloutely incredible weather these past few days here in Frome. 

 

Friday funnel clouds and very very brief touchdown . 

 

Today , incredible torrential downpour BUT only on half of the town here in Frome. 

Lasted 45mins approx, torrential rain black clouds and pea sized hail. 

 

Pics not in order . First pic was  fridays funnel cloud

 

second pic today's enormous downpour 

 

third pic was fridays funnel cloud development . 

 

 

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We managed a sunny picnic at Longleat today, it was calm and probably about 19c at midday, actually felt like summer.

However outside now the only thing telling me it’s June is the daylight because there is already dew on cars!

In between the above there were a few downpours late afternoon. 

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44 minutes ago, Andy Bown said:

We managed a sunny picnic at Longleat today, it was calm and probably about 19c at midday, actually felt like summer.

However outside now the only thing telling me it’s June is the daylight because there is already dew on cars!

In between the above there were a few downpours late afternoon. 

Hi Andy 

coulf you see the black clouds toward frome . 

Glad you're picnic was a dry one . 

 

It was incredible rain here and a lot of hail too. 

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A cool night last night, down to 7C. Relative normal, that’s like getting -3.5C in December.

Bright so far this morning.

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12 hours ago, offerman said:

Hi Andy 

coulf you see the black clouds toward frome . 

Glad you're picnic was a dry one . 

 

It was incredible rain here and a lot of hail too. 

Yes on both Friday and Sunday, of interest was how quickly they developed but also how slow moving too.

I missed the funnel cloud on Friday, is it your picture on Fergie’s Twitter?

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Below average temperatures so far today, only at 13.5°C currently under cloudy skies. Had some light rain about an hour ago, only amounting to 0.5mm thus far.

Interesting setup this, which could give some high rainfall totals in some areas. We need the rain, but not a months worth in a few hours!

Nowcasting day today!

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Watching those snow showers getting ever closer from the northeast... oh wait wrong month. Nevermind.

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Heavy rain here now as the rain band pushing in from South East has met the NNE to SSW surface winds.

It looks pretty cool running through the radar animation.

 

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Dull with light rain and drizzle so far this afternoon, nothing heavy yet. 13.8°C

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3 hours ago, Andy Bown said:

Yes on both Friday and Sunday, of interest was how quickly they developed but also how slow moving too.

I missed the funnel cloud on Friday, is it your picture on Fergie’s Twitter?

Hi Andy, 

 

yes that hat was my pic on IF twitter. 

 

Youre dead  right there developed so quick and so slow moving just like you said I was right underneath it what a deluge it was . 

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1 hour ago, MP-R said:

Watching those snow showers getting ever closer from the northeast... oh wait wrong month. Nevermind.

Ha ha 

i was only saying this to

my son.   Said imagine if it was Jan/Feb. 

 

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Still haven’t seen anything more than drizzle here with only 0.2mm measured so far. Only 13.0°C now as well. 

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