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41mm up to this morning. Persistent drizzle all has no doubt added another couple of mm. Could be worse, could be summer 🙄

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Posted (edited)
1 hour ago, chrisbell-nottheweatherman said:

We're on 45.98 mm, to be specific, with the June average for Norwich being 50 mm.

Another 0.51 mm since I typed that, and my original post was incorrect - 46.49 mm total now.

Edited by chrisbell-nottheweatherman

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Drenched from a huge cloud burst. And a crack of thunder here in welling

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New Ash Green in the white zone !!

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8 minutes ago, Steve Murr said:

New Ash Green in the white zone !!

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Steve you may need to charge ya phone 

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Just come back from Steve's part of the world, playing football indoors thankfully at Fawkham (the back of Brands Hatch). Torrential rain for an hour. Roads from Fawkham to Longfield like a stream. Longfield (just down the hill from New Ash Green) was flooded. That line of convection just South of the Thames has been there for about 2 hours.

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Plenty  of rain heading our way off the north sea it seems   at the  moment

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Today looks Interesting for East Sussex, in terms of convective activity! We are currently under a small patch of a Heavy convective/dynamic rainfall mixture...

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1 hour ago, LightningLover said:

Today looks Interesting for East Sussex, in terms of convective activity! We are currently under a small patch of a Heavy convective/dynamic rainfall mixture...

Already looking good over your way! The SE Kent shields are up already though  I see :oldsmile:

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Not really to sure what the 00z AROME is up to..

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The first thing I do to check our convective potential is to compare the BBC graphics with the Met office forecast precip and see if they agree on anything. The are both way off each other today for the south east. BBC has rain to the north and showers breaking out this aft and evening whereas the Met office shows the more general area of rain further south with few convective showers. 

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Just now, John90 said:

The first thing I do to check our convective potential is to compare the BBC graphics with the Met office forecast precip and see if they agree on anything. The are both way off each other today for the south east. BBC has rain to the north and showers breaking out this aft and evening whereas the Met office shows the more general area of rain further south with few convective showers. 

There is nothing really tieing in currently... even the AROME which i just posted has the current rain moving North west all wrong.. so does the ERUO4 the top 2 are falling down this morning after I gave them praise!!! 

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Several shades of grey lighter this morning and no drizzle. Hurrah. 

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Sun trying to break thru the slate grey clouds here , more rain later ?

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Looking at the Radar 7 the rain is due to hit London quite soon but if you run on the Radar 8 it misses London completely.

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Looking interesting stuff in the east soon could get a bit heavy soon

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It's getting darker and darker...something of interest is coming-in from the ESE?

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Interesting to see something a bit more lively suddenly appearing just south of the main rain band on the last 2 or 3 radar returns. Looks just north east of Hastings over the past 20 minutes

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Get in there!! First (very quiet and elevated) thunder of the year!! The convective raindrops are unusually large too!

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Is Worthing going to get a thunderstorm today? 

 

Well, the short answer is no.

And the long answer is nooooooooooooooooooooo. 

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Lots of heavy showers developing south of the band! 

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Looks like much of the region is going to get a lot more rain today, looking at the radar. Some potent showers popping up to the S, too. Temperatures again way below average.

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Posted (edited)

Yellow warning for thunderstorms now.

High Wycombe outside the warning area, Beaconsfield in it - so I guess we're on the cusp!

Edited by Team Squirrel

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urghh just checked radar another wet one incoming ...!! was a reasonable morning though dry cool and a tad humid....

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Well how on earth are we taking another hit... I don't understand, yesterday morning it looked relatively dry today bar the odd shower.... 

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