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Some stunning cloudscapes as that line of rain is about to pass through Hull. Some darker clouds in places but no thunder or lightning.

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3 minutes ago, evans1892 said:

image.thumb.png.69e0ee3f58e68b58f600f36e4c7b6327.pngThis just popped up from behind the clouds 😂

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Well I suppose we can now add Scotland to the growing list of places better than the N Midlands for storms😂

Anyone on here see any action today?

I caught some lovely cloudscapes as the front passed over 

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5 minutes ago, ChezWeather said:

Well I suppose we can now add Scotland to the growing list of places better than the N Midlands for storms😂

Anyone on here see any action today?

I caught some lovely cloudscapes as the front passed over 

Yep really good storms here today.

No strikes quite as near as this one from 2017 as it struck a transformer a couple of hundred yards from the house 🙂

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Okay, this is very odd, im sure I heard distant thunder 2 or 3 times, but there's nothing showing on the radar, anyone else in my area hearing this? 

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2 minutes ago, Sparkiee storm said:

Okay, this is very odd, im sure I heard distant thunder 2 or 3 times, but there's nothing showing on the radar, anyone else in my area hearing this? 

Video it if you can and send it here.

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10 minutes ago, zmstorm said:

Video it if you can and send it here.

I will if I can as its very faint in the distance and its been about 10 minute since ive heard it.

Is it possible for it to thunder without any precipitation in the area? 

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5 minutes ago, Sparkiee storm said:

Okay, this is very odd, im sure I heard distant thunder 2 or 3 times, but there's nothing showing on the radar, anyone else in my area hearing this? 

Elevated thunder as the front passes over

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4 minutes ago, ChezWeather said:

Elevated thunder as the front passes over

Possible as its already passed over might of come from it east of me. Very eerie.  Haven't heard anyone for a while now. 

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Well I guess you could say that Scotland got similar storms like Eastern England on July 27th last year.

Except the strikes per minute weren't as high

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1 minute ago, StormChaseUK said:

Thunderstorm menu 2019

1. Dover

2. Outer Space 

So there we have it, eastern Scotland is a part of outer space!

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It was nice to see  a wee bit as it passed here .The sting. Tonight's end to the heat..... from the East coast ..... some moments ago .
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Torrential rain here now but no thunder as yet.

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3 minutes ago, Cloud 10 said:

Torrential rain here now but no thunder as yet.

It's really built in the last ten minutes or so but I don't think it's going to amount to much

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Yes,will probably become electrified over North Sea.

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They've really just exploded. Such a shame that it didn't engage earlier this way

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3 hours ago, Hirudine said:

Wasn't expecting much today, but the cloudscape is getting interested over Brum. 

 

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Yep  nothing expected.....nothing got.....apart from some beautiful clouds

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Just looking at the Northern North Sea right now is enough to make you feel sick!

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44 minutes ago, davehsug said:

Just looking at the Northern North Sea right now is enough to make you feel sick!

About 170 strikes a minute 😞 if only they were more inland for majority of UK, was expecting Northern England to get something similar to the North Sea today

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Just been looking at lighting activity map from yesterday , to where it all ended up this morning , in the north east north sea,   England was robbed a spectaclular MCS

 The storms started in the southern irish sea  , You would have thought the storms would have moved erratically north east from there , , but they seemed to want to avoid the bulk of england and wales with passion  , moving up in straight line , even with a slight north west veer,

its only when they reach the scottish borders they decided to move north east with vengance , thus avoiding england !  very annoying but quite expected  ,    why do storms just want to avoid our area,  it beyond a joke now 

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2 hours ago, Flash bang flash bang etc said:

What’s the chance those storms heading right toward the south coast get shunted in a different direction - again...

If they're electrical they will.  A wet mess would be a direct hit

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I'm really grieving today.

Storms didn't really materialise until out over the sea, Rafa Benitez is leaving my club, didn't win at Northumberland Plate and now my PC is acting up.

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