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23 hours ago, Chris.R said:

Liverpool TAF not interested in anything thundery tomorrow either with the cold front or post front. It might actually happen then. 

After a day of net curtain twitching, it's finally happened, good few cracks of thunder, didn't see any lightning though. Looks as though it's heading west of Manchester.

 

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5 minutes ago, TJS1998Tom said:

Really picking up now, wish this was last week when I was there lol 

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That's the third time in just over a fortnight that area has been hit by storms. 

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Finally got around to checking six days here with Thunder heard dunno if e push the figure up further today or over the weekend as we're not back in the familiar inactive zone.

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Another thundery shower this afternoon passed by east not doing too bad at all this year.

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What's that bow shape to the West of Upton on Severn ?

Just visiting the area

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31 minutes ago, TJS1998Tom said:

Looks like a decent storm here

 

 

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Can hear it approaching, constant rumbling. Should be a good one if it maintains

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Manchester airport

Temporary
from 10 at 11 UTC to 10 at 24 UTC

Wind 18 kt from the Southwest with gusts up to 38 kt

Visibility: 3000 m

Broken clouds at a height of 1400 ft, Cumulonimbus.

thunderstorm, (heavy) small hail or snow pellets

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Another storm just passed to the East of here. Chucking it down over east Hull yet here next to Cottingham it was pretty much dry! Some more grumbles of thunder but storm has now gone north. 

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That was impressive! Constant thunder and lightning, all elevated though. Torential rain with hail and crazy downdrafts. Dropped 20mm in no time, approaching 50mm since midnight now.

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 Towel has been well and truly thrown in here for the last hour or 2. Had a few heavy showers but no lightning made it across the dee. Never mind, Monday/Tuesday is my next chance. 

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Had this one rumbling away on my way to the gym. I've had thunder from 6 cells today. Been a good few weeks... Supercell on 25th July and numerous days since with rather active lightning storms!

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Did Donny get the passing storm from here does anyone know?

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Nice little cumulus nimbus to the east of us

 

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I'm north of Leeds currently and right in the heaviest echoes, torrential rain and lightning though nothing out of the ordinary.

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The big thing now in Yorkshire was awesome earlier. Driving through Stoke the underpasses were quickly filling up and when I got to Junction 16 it was as though the fire brigade were hosing the windscreen. I have never seen rain that heavy in this country. Accessing the motorway slipway was a challenge through a foot deep lake running off the M6.

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1 hour ago, I Cumbria Marra I said:

Annoys me how the proper intense thunderstorms go through eastern/central cumbria and misses me everytime.

Annoys me how they only start as a whimper overhead here and only intensify after they've passed 😞

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I've now uploaded the 25th July storm in Florida.

Some close strikes are also visible in this video.

 

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Just starting to rain, thunder and lightning to the south of us in Darlington 

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I can see the anvil of the storm(?) off the N Norfolk coast and the one heading towards Whitby. Great visibility now...

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