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1 minute ago, Vickie White said:

i'm located in Witham Essex

Keep your fingers crossed, there are bands moving through and still time for some developments to the eastern side of London I think

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Posted (edited)

A few heavy downpours and the odd rumble of thunder in south London, but not really a proper storm overhead, most activity staying south of London. Some interesting cloudscapes nonetheless 

 

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Edited by Nick F

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Sat up the hill now, watched the band of rain hit the IOW - one strike but too far for photography. Sun is now out and it’s quite toasty. 

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Another squall apreaching here but unlikely to be much electrical activity in it as temps have dropped quite significantly since earlier on

Edit - just I was writing that a steric near bordon

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So, a cell has suddenly developed over the Surrey area, it kind of split into two if you look at the radar shot. Huge pressure drop (went from around 20° to 14°) in a matter of minutes and torrential rain (some flooding). 

I'm currently seeing interesting cloud/scud formations in the distance, its hard to keep track though due to obstructions. No thunder or lightning though. 

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It’s huge! Temp dropped to 13.5 now bounced back up to 21.

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19 minutes ago, Lu. said:

It’s huge! Temp dropped to 13.5 now bounced back up to 21.

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  Like the pileus cloud,thanks.

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51 minutes ago, Flash bang flash bang etc said:

Reckon you might get a blob of thunder where you are

Just dirty rain. Altho, I’ve just arrive home & going by how flooded town is it must of dumped a substantial amount. 

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Is it just me or have those showers stalled over  where it was hours ago ?

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38 minutes ago, Lu. said:

Just dirty rain. Altho, I’ve just arrive home & going by how flooded town is it must of dumped a substantial amount. 

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Hehe ‘dirty rain’, I like it 😂

Looked like a nice little storm about halfway between our locations - but the OH just came back from an interview so I couldn’t head out again unfortunately.

Could hear the rumbles from Milford, and today seems to have been quite conducive to CGs so it would have been quite a photogenic storm, too.

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Can still see the edge of the showers that passed here a few hours ago. 

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31 minutes ago, matt111 said:

Can still see the edge of the showers that passed here a few hours ago. imageproxy.php?img=&key=d8af95ed7f22db9eimageproxy.php?img=&key=d8af95ed7f22db9eimageproxy.php?img=&key=d8af95ed7f22db9e

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That system was huge indeed. Surprised it didn’t have more activity along the squall but I guess storms earlier on had reduced the potential. Got this pic of the mammatus (this was quite a while after the rain)

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Posted (edited)

going to be an interesting evening/night here as showers build out in the Irish Sea thanks to ocean effect convection under an upper cold pool.

 There is a marked veering of the surface/850 mb winds around 2 am which is suggestive of a trough, so that may be the focus of any deep convection. 

Edited by Chris.R

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Posted (edited)
1 hour ago, matt111 said:

Can still see the edge of the showers that passed here a few hours ago. imageproxy.php?img=&key=d8af95ed7f22db9eimageproxy.php?img=&key=d8af95ed7f22db9eimageproxy.php?img=&key=d8af95ed7f22db9e

 

Looks even better now and hardly looks to have moved although the radar suggests there isn’t anything falling from it anymore. 

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Manchester Airport

Temporary
from 12 at 20 UTC to 12 at 24 UTC

Visibility: 3000 m

Broken clouds at a height of 1400 ft 
Broken clouds at a height of 2000 ft, Cumulonimbus.

thunderstorm, heavy rain

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Posted (edited)

Liverpool has visibility 3000 m, heavy thunderstorm rain, CB at 2000 ft between 2100 bst and 0700 bst. 

Edited by Chris.R

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