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1 hour ago, Ben Lewis said:

Beautiful day here today, sunshine and warmth with temps up to 26c 

More rain forecast tomorrow which should please the Wellie brigade. 

I think you’ll find me in the, a bit of everything, brigade. That’s why this summers been so decent to date. 

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This summer is a 10/10 for me on par with last year for different reasons.. 

 

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ugh is this it? Horrible fine rain showers? phooey.

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While South Ockendon is rain free, Tilbury has been getting heavy downpours of rain.

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I am still waiting for the rain to make an appearance.

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If anyone catches one of those beefy showers to the south it could have some nasty winds.. 

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Was expecting more wind today, forecast was for gust exceeding 40mph but I guess that's later.

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17 minutes ago, Surrey said:

If anyone catches one of those beefy showers to the south it could have some nasty winds.. 

It has already in herts

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No rain here yet but seriously windy! Dark skies so expecting a downpour sooner or later!

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Please someone tell me what the heck has blown in we are in bognor and its horrendous 

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Proper windy!!! 

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At thr coast its off the scale windy 

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Very windy here in Uxbridge and just had a couple of rumbles of thunder, wasn't really expecting that. Heavy rain earlier as well.

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Really hefty rain showers  on and off all day. 

There has been no thunder. I want a storm and I'm willing to pay for it.

😏

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Torrential rain here and a beautiful rainbow 😊

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Bog standard showers here today. Certainly didn’t warrant any warning. 

But I guess this all ties in with the low pressure systems into a storm name. Take me back to the 90s when today was a usual day in the British Isles before social media hype took over. 

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Pretty crazy day on the Sussex coastline.

Gale force winds and gusts to 50mph.

Couple of trees in leaf blown down locally.

This time last week it was 32c.

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looking  at the  gfs  for the next 2 weeks  its looking nasty  to say the least  reading  the  model thead i hide  the  rope  !!

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Probably shouldn’t need to wait too long before another record attempt 🤔

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Its been sunny from the late afternoon and the temperature  at 18:34 is 22.4°C. Sky covered with a scattering of cumulus clouds.

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I've appreciated the the cool temps and rain after last week's record-breaking temps...but it does feel like summer has disappeared a little. It's a bit odd not watering much in high summer, in fact some plants are showing stress signs of being boggy.

The nights are noticeably starting to draw in now - sunset here is 8.52pm down from 9.24pm on the summer solstice 40 days ago. But it will take a lot shorter time for us to lose another 32 minutes of evening light - we'll reach that on the 18th of August. 

Edited by Team Squirrel

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Lovely afternoon at Heathrow, 26C with long sunny spells and light winds. That’s more like it 👍🏻 Feel sorry for those up north that are suffering the awful effects of flooding. 

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25.6c here this afternoon from a 'col' synoptic, astounds me of recent years just how easily we get to 25 degrees or higher under non-plume events...worrying!

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