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Storms and Convective Discussion - 25th June 2019 onwards

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Going outside to set up tripod and camera now,be back in a bit.

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Huge crack about 15 mins ago, woke me and my lad up, the missus is still asleep though, didn't flinch. That thing looks like it's still growing as well.

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3 minutes ago, RobR said:

Really ramping up, some superb CG strikes in the distance. Winds are mental too.

This is amazing! Not seen and heard anything like this for well over a decade!

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Cells all around . Still haven’t found Birdlip, always seem to be 11 mins away 🤔 

storm cell behind me now I think 😬

Edited by Flash bang flash bang etc

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Just on a hill up the road from mine, it's dead still and so humid. I can see distant lightning to the W, SW & S and hear the faintest rumble. Wonderful stuff

I can see the entire line approaching this is amazing 

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Hmm getting worried now that it might just about miss us after seeing more of a Northwards move

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Looking forward to be seeing a few strikes in the NE tonight looks to be forming on the radar.

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Fabulous lightning every few seconds, shooting across the sky. Deep booms of thunder, one rather large crack not long ago. 

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Blimey that was a bostin' storm !

Rain wasn't torrential but the gardens had a good soaking 

The lightning ......

Magnificent  

 

Passed over now but the thunders still rolling in the distance 

 

Looking at the lightning map I see the main part of the storm did the usual right turn Clyde over Stratford and went up the West Mids storm bypass between Coventry and Brum towards Leicester .

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What is this madness? It’s powered right through the heart of Britain unleashing torrents of rain, strong winds and constant lightning! This is surely a night to remember, not for London though because I hardly got anything compared to people further west! Although there was a lot of lightning flickering towards reading which I could see which was cool. Let the great UK chickenpox outbreak continue! 

 

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5 minutes ago, Ruck Bodgers said:

This is amazing! Not seen and heard anything like this for well over a decade!

Not seen this since I moved here ten years ago. Last time would be when I was a child in Birmingham during the 90s.

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Thunder picking up a bit here

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Can see the cloud finally covering the moon now so we must be on the edge of it

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5 minutes ago, Flash bang flash bang etc said:

Cells all around . Still haven’t found Birdlip, always seem to be 11 mins away 🤔 

storm cell behind me now I think 😬

It’s ramped up again in Swindon, frequent lightning. Should be well visible from birdlip area on A417

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Lightning getting closer, seen some big CGs to the south and can hear a constant rumble 

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Heads up N Essex, S Suffolk and who knows, maybe N Suffolk and S Norfolk too. It might not be much but a few crumbs are always welcome in the storm desert of East Anglia!

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6 minutes ago, ChezWeather said:

Just on a hill up the road from mine, it's dead still and so humid. I can see distant lightning to the W, SW & S and hear the faintest rumble. Wonderful stuff

I can see the entire line approaching this is amazing 

Yes I’m watching flashes light up the southern horizon. Breezier here as I’m high up.

It’ll  look even better when it closes in 😮

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1 minute ago, cyclonic happiness said:

Never seen lightning like this before, must be every two seconds.

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Very jelly hope the North get it 

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