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2 minutes ago, Karl83 said:

Nice.. looks like you have a queue of them on their way to you ?

Few more developing off the S coast a tad west of the previous ones, so may head towards Bristol directly?

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12 minutes ago, Harry said:

The storms west of Paris are moving in a NW/NNW direction...would expect arrival until we’ll into early hours anyway but if something can fire ahead then happy days.

Given the limited activity further west I’m not hopeful. 

We do however have a window (in the SE of about 2-3 hours before the high instability retreats NE). 

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Evening Harry. What time is that second screen shot for? 

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Just now, Flash bang flash bang etc said:

Where are you now?

I didn’t realise the entire south coast stops eating food at 10pm ? So hungry!

Eastbourne 40 mins away. I might Head back a bit as radar is looking not bad. 

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That’s my little bit of fun for tonight so far! Watching random showers come out of nowhere

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2 minutes ago, Oliver Wyndham-lewis said:

Yh that shocked me, wasn’t expecting that to suddenly release a load of rain in 2 minutes. At least I’m getting some rain though

Unfortunately it died very quickly. Things just cant quite get going. 

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Just got to Firle beacon hoping the stuff in the channel gets active soon or else I have wasted an journey. 

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Evening all.

Very bizarre here at Spurn Point right now! 15 mins ago there was a breeze, pretty cool breeze then within 5 mins it's picked up a lot but it's very very warm, like someone pointing a hairdryer at you yes the heat is unbelievable. I know there is that storm in Norfolk currently but could the sudden temp and wind increase be ahead of the system? Never experienced this before.

 

Regards Glenn

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2 minutes ago, P-M said:

Evening Harry. What time is that second screen shot for? 

Sorry! 01z tomorrow morning

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1 minute ago, John90 said:

Unfortunately it died very quickly. Things just cant quite get going. 

I’m hoping that those channel showers have some life in them at least

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Not sure whether to make a move and follow these cells into Gloucester or just wait to see if things explode like Tuesday..

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18 minutes ago, Rapodo said:

Huge uptick in precip running through the channel covering east IOW in a straight line to France. Only took 30 mins. Something going on there 

Dying out as it reaches the UK!

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15 minutes ago, Boro Snow said:

Not sure I just remember been grrrrrrrrr lol, supercell will maybe remember better he traveled to hartlepool I think 

The storms were meant to develop over NE England but instead ended up in East Anglia with frequent lightning and large hail. There was also a lone but intense storm that tracked through Stoke and then the Peak District which brought large hail. This one tracked not far from my home, but I was heading back down the A1 feeling gutted at the time.

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We've had a few splashes of rain from the 2nd trough out here further west. We may see something here if something can develop on it before it pushes east. But I think it bodes well for places east of here as I think it will continue to grow and produce.

If it does, it would fit the warning area nicely. 

I'm going to keep an eye out just in case here but I think some of you are in for a great night, if you not having one already!

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2 minutes ago, Harry said:

Sorry! 01z tomorrow morning

Cheers - so perhaps some scope still?  I'm really straw clutching now 

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4 minutes ago, Chris K said:

Few more developing off the S coast a tad west of the previous ones, so may head towards Bristol directly?

Hope so Chris... that would do nicely!

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34 minutes ago, P-M said:

Can't believe how quiet it has gone up north - really dissapointed.  Yes we had that supercell earlier that trundled mainly across open countryside but other than that nothing at all happening.  Even the midlands doesn't look inspiring.  I'm also calling a bust for the midlands north although would love to be proven wrong.

 

East Anglia and the SE however looks very juicy!

Seems so!

 

Too many people have been taking thunderstorm forecasts for gospel recently. Especially on Twitter, with terms like “extremely dangerous” “life threatening” “violent” lol. Too much hyping and not enough action! More activity in the SE as usual. We don’t need a model to tell us that do we.

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They are very pulse like storms nothing compared to Tuesday night!

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There is a danger that the beast in the east is ‘drinking’ the energy from the plume... I don’t know the correct term but this has happened before.

The stuff over water is clearly elevated, or it would be - quite literally - dead in the water. We need that stuff headed into the North Sea to die-off and let new activity get established further west or it’s looking possible we’ll have nothing to feed new activity over land.

Worrying times ?

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Anyone looked at the IR satellite for the bay of biscay/west coast of France. Seems there could some development/almost an MCS forming but not sure if it’s too little, too late to impact the UK with the cold front edging east. 

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7 minutes ago, Lu. said:

Eastbourne 40 mins away. I might Head back a bit as radar is looking not bad. 

Pm me where your thinking of going. 

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7 minutes ago, Flash bang flash bang etc said:

I didn’t realise the entire south coast stops eating food at 10pm ? So hungry!

If you're desperate there's always Posh Nosh in Shoreham ?

Currently near Steyning, some lovely skyscapes out west right now.

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1 minute ago, Lewis1997 said:

Anyone looked at the IR satellite for the bay of biscay/west coast of France. Seems there could some development/almost an MCS forming but not sure if it’s too little, too late to impact the UK with the cold front edging east. 

I think it may be a little too far south. What we need is for the same to happen further north on that boundary. 

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3 minutes ago, TomW said:

They are very pulse like storms nothing compared to Tuesday night!

The great yarmouth one is very Tuesday like...

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That small baby thunderstorm give three flash of lightning and not that active and it still humid in Warminster 

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