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Posted (edited)

In the pilot dungeness 

Very windy warm as well

Edited by Snow Queen one

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Still 31 in locksbottom very breezy with rumbles of thunder but no rain.we look too Far west to get in on the action which mid Kent Essex and Suffolk will receive some nice rain and storms

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25 minutes ago, daveinleices said:

Glad someone's with me - although there seems to be enough scope for them to build NNW, the overall movement seems NNE - and while I enjoyed a wonderful light-show in the early hours of Wednesday (plus the little bonus cell earlier), I would quite like a prolonged system to move overhead.

 

Fingers crossed I guess!

Fingers crossed indeed but it does look like a Kent/Suffolk/Norfolk clipper atm .

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A bit more rain falling in Southend, but nothing dramatic so far....  the wind is incredibly warm...

Cheers

FC

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5 minutes ago, Mark wheeler said:

Sitting in the garden , no cloud but all of the sudden some really gusty warm winds out of nowhere 

Same here, really weird

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Little has happened in the last hour, if anything the dark foreboding skies have dissipated somewhat...the odd rumble over the North Sea and a freshening breeze.

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2 minutes ago, DAVID SNOW said:

Fingers crossed indeed but it does look like a Kent/Suffolk/Norfolk clipper atm .

Agree, coastal areas only. Worth a drive to the coast though unless it veers off sharply into the N Sea (and explodes into life!)

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Suddenly really windy - looks like I’m missing the rain here in Bromley though

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Posted (edited)

What the hell has happened!...wind has got up out of no where and a brief power cut! All the beefy storms look like they have developed on the east side of the rain i.e. North Sea (again)

 

Edited by Froze were the Days

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2 minutes ago, Norfolk Sheep said:

Agree, coastal areas only. Worth a drive to the coast though unless it veers off sharply into the N Sea (and explodes into life!)

You're in the firing line aren't you?

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Posted (edited)

So it was our carnival for this year (Deal Kent) , it kept with tradition and absolutely hammered down 2 mins in, 

Here's a pic ten minutes before. 

 

Screenshot_20190725_200923.jpg

Edited by wchris_uk

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5 minutes ago, chrisbell-nottheweatherman said:

You're in the firing line aren't you?

SW of Norwich lol

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7 minutes ago, Norfolk Sheep said:

Agree, coastal areas only. Worth a drive to the coast though unless it veers off sharply into the N Sea (and explodes into life!)

Go for it, don't think disappointment  awaits you.

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If  the radar  right  I  hope  itis  there a storm over frinton  and it's the deepest colour  you can get  on  rain alarm and its heading this  way

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Starting to rain more persistently here, continuous rumbles of thunder to the east but no lightning. 

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The Gusts here must be because of the storm activity further east , I actually think I can see some convection from here , but it’s quite far in the distance.

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More heavy rain and closer rumbles going through Dover just now, a y more behind?

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Almost overhead flash and rumble gave Hawkinge a brief power cut just now! Back on within 5 minutes luckily

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Blowing a gale hear, cant imagine the wind in the actual storm.

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Nothing here apart from strong winds a couple of drops of rain and dark skies

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28 minutes ago, Snow Queen one said:

In the pilot dungeness 

Very windy warm as well

Love that pub, peddled out from home a few times had scrummy fish and chips and wobbled back. Definitely a good place to see moody stormy skies!

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Monster thunder storm very near  Ipswich leads of lighting and thunder  the sky a funny looking red

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