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Storms and Convective Discussion - 25th June 2019 onwards

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2 minutes ago, Jeffers146 said:

Are those towers heading our way??

They're quite far north so doubt it sadly 

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Just south west of me at the minute.  I think i am in the firing line for that one over manchester at present 

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Edited by Tikka_69

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Skegness looks to be in line for a decent hit, shown 25 strikes a minute from that cell

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Looks like a nice storm crossing the Peak District, should pass just North of here if it can survive 

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33 minutes ago, howham said:

You wait a lifetime for a funnel cloud and then two come at once!

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Attached radar image and signs of a hook on that cell confirming the rotation / funnels 0D98B61E-0E58-4F1F-8E5F-057BAA19DFD5.thumb.jpeg.11a743702f2cd655b789c47d3c27771b.jpeg 

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BBC Weather has thunderstorms for Bedford tonight???

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LOl storm splitting as it approaches here and guess where the split is heading

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32 minutes ago, The PIT said:

LOl storm splitting as it approaches here and guess where the split is heading

Distant thunder here to the West😉

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Storm to the north Storm to the south

Nothing here but a little rain and Sun

I've got the Thunderstorm Blues Oh ye I've got the Thunderstorm blues

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Just now, The PIT said:

Storm to the north Storm to the south

Nothing here but a little rain and Sun

Only in Sheffield

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Distant thunder to my Nw. Plenty of deep booms.These storms seem to be moving quite fast.

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Hoping this storm west of chesterfield can hold on till lincoln!!!!

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Its heading our way...yayyy

A few bright flashes and rumbling away

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43 minutes ago, The PIT said:

LOl storm splitting as it approaches here and guess where the split is heading

Heard 9 or 10 rumbles now but no visible lightning, rain just starting

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Bright flash and 2 seconds before the boom of thunder. Now going overhead

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7 minutes ago, OddSpot said:

Bright flash and 2 seconds before the boom of thunder. Now going overhead

I've seen 3 or 4 flashes and had some very loud overhead thunder, also got quite gusty as well

Not a bad little storm, nothing exceptional but it will do!

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That storm to the north of Nottingham looks like is travelling south east?

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Just one sudden boom of thunder like it was out of nowhere about half an hour ago and then nothing. Very isolated, short pulse like storms today I think.

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Day 2 Convective Outlook

VALID 06:00 UTC Fri 12 Jul 2019 - 05:59 UTC Sat 13 Jul 2019

ISSUED 20:09 UTC Thu 11 Jul 2019

ISSUED BY: Dan

An upper low will slowly retreat from the southern North Sea to Germany on Friday, with a trough axis sliding southwards across eastern Britain. Cool air aloft atop residual low-level moisture (dewpoints 13-15C) will steepen lapse rates and yield 300-500 J/kg CAPE in response to diurnal heating. Low-level convergence will likely aid the development of a few well-scattered showers and one or two thunderstorms by Friday afternoon / early evening, before decaying later in the evening as nocturnal cooling of the boundary layer commences.

Main focus will be over East Anglia late morning / early afternoon where a short window will exist for convection to grow deep enough, coupled with some reasonable shear, to produce lightning - before increasing subsidence aloft limits convective depth with time through the afternoon. As such, a marginal / low-end SLGT has been introduced. The attention will then shift to C / S Scotland and northern England during the afternoon and early evening.

http://www.convectiveweather.co.uk/forecast.php?date=2019-07-12

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Thought we were in for a surprise storm there before the cell died over South Cave, all we got was 10 minutes of moderate rain 😂

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