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Looks like that cell is going right up the heart of the county, with the eastern side just missing the action. 

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13 minutes ago, tinybill said:

Next   thing if this carry on heading  our way  will be record flooding and damage to houses as  its looks massive

God I hope not... 

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Here is what the sky looks like:

 

 

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Still 36C at RAF Wittering nr Peterborough at 6pm.

Very unpleasant although the radar has cheered me up!

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This could be an epic night 

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All I say all eyes south  the central its near  clacton my rain alarm should start  going  nuts!,

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1 minute ago, weathergeek said:

The sun has come back out!!!! 😭😭😭 No fair!!!x

Yep hardly a cloud again , Lovely Jubbly he says conveniently by a pool . 

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Few rumbles here in Chelmsford, hope we get to see some action later.

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The wind has eased a bit here but there is now frequent distant rumbling thunder. Something I've rarely seen here in the UK though is a distinct green tinge to the sky, quite eery.

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Surely any extra sun is gonna add to the heating and fire up the atmos even more 

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Humidity has shot up! Damn!

Need a storm to clear the air!

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What’s that I hear in the distance ?? Is it thunder ?? No it’s the plume heading back to Spain where it belongs 👋 

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It’s been a frustrating few days not being able to get down to swim in the sea due to work and evening commitments! Got down to Winchelsea Beach for a swim, the sea was initially calm like a mill pond, but as the storm marched across the  channel the wind whipped up the sea into a frenzy of white horses. My husband caught these pics with lightening cam app, gives a sense of the atmosphere! Back home listening to the rumbles with one poor cat cowering under the table.

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4 minutes ago, shotski said:

What’s that I hear in the distance ?? Is it thunder ?? No it’s the plume heading back to Spain where it belongs 👋 

Oh ginge, you are a wheeze! Hope you didn’t suffer too much today...

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Just driven down the M20 from Maidstone to Ashford, saw some impressive lightning strikes. Raining here at the moment but I think its going to go boom big time any second now 

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2 minutes ago, stainesbloke said:

Oh ginge, you are a wheeze! Hope you didn’t suffer too much today...

Had a day off darling 😁

and it’s Fox Red 👍

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So, we got a short but sweet cell over central(ish) London about 45 minutes ago (W12) - and now I'm wondering whether the western-most extent of the main body of storms will at least still glance us? All seems a bit too far east, although I may be being rather paranoid 🙃

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Yep! distant rumbles getting louder and darkening skies from the south...hopefully a few classic storms in that mass. A few areas will get torrential rain.

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Can now here distant rumble   first storm they near clacton  sitting the garden to hot  in the  house

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