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Storms and Convective Discussion - 25th June 2019 onwards

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4 minutes ago, Mitch perrott said:

What is an iow

IOW= Isle of Wight

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Seen about 7 flashes of lightning from 2 different cells over the Midlands and heard some rumbles, no decent rain though, just the occasional convective drops from being on the edge of these cells. Glad to part of a thundery albeit small thundery breakdown of this plume. 

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Just been in the garden and recorded the flashes from over 70 miles away on them cells NNE of Manchester by Braford. I'm in Hawarden ? 

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Does anybody think what I have circled will go the way the arrow is pointing?

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Can hear rumbling again ?

 

EDIT, looks like it's over Cheadle way, Pretty loud considering the distance o_O

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3 minutes ago, Nick Wall said:

Does anybody think what I have circled will go the way the arrow is pointing?

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This seems to be generally the direction.

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@Nick Wall I'd say they a moving NNE ever so slightly so you'd get them I'd think!? ?

 

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Friend of mine in leek reports seeing multiple flashes and CG lightning from the cell around Cheadle 

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the cell between st3 and uttoxeter is alive!!! multiple lightning clear visible crawler and bolts and very noisy lol 

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What is refreshing is that i am sat out in the back garden witnessing loads of flashes and the odd CG to my south/southwest knowing that a storm is coming,reminds me off a couple of nights ago.

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11 minutes ago, Nick Wall said:

Does anybody think what I have circled will go the way the arrow is pointing?

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that cell to the left is full of life ypu should get a good show in an hr if the hills dont suck the life out of it

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Just noticed a new line beginning to form over Worcester.  Got a feeling that ones just going to clip us in Stoke though, like this ones doing.  Got a feeling the back edge of the trough is just past us now ?

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Flashes are faint but quite frequent. Reminds me of early July 2015 

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The cell near Bradford flew past. Saw lots of lightning, barely heard any thunder at all. Most of the lightning was just distant flashes, but there was one beautiful 'horseshoe' cloud to cloud that definitely made it worth staying up for. The copper chopper literally had a birds eye view the storm. Jealous! 

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2 minutes ago, TJS1998Tom said:

I see flashes from a cell near Derby I believe here 

I'm not far from Derby can confirm this.

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2 minutes ago, Nick Wall said:

Does anybody think what I have circled will go the way the arrow is pointing?

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I would say yes, they seem to be staying in line with the jetstream, take note the jetstream is moving west inland but the winds from the jetstream will start heading NNW.

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Anyone reckon that derby storm could get near Lincoln for Some good lightning? 

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54 minutes ago, Raindrops said:

The lvl 2 happened hours ago, it started in the District then made its way to Scotland.

This is for now,, if we're lucky Estofex

Across Wales and England, more storms are forecast ahead of the approaching cold front. Although boundary layer capping will be larger compared to the northern British Isles, strong vertical wind shear may support some supercells as well, capable of large hail. Clustering of these storms may result in some eastward propagation later on with chances of large hail in parts of England later on.

If only the supercells would happen. Especially with the one near derbt but doubt it 

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