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Good convection to the north of Leeds, very breezy from these passing overhead

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Excellent insolation currently.  23.3°C. 

Edited by Chris.R

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Just now, Chris.R said:

Excellent insolation currently. 

100% cloudy here now.. looks overcast actually in the lower elevations.. not much form in the clouds. 

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Dramatic Skies to the SSW, Also everything to me SE is disappearing behind a Wall of White Nothingness, we are about to get battered 😄

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Strikes for the south now

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Several flashes of lightning and thunder here

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I can confirm lightning and distant thunder here in North East Wales! :oldgrin:

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And the heavens doth open!

 

Ahhhh! the glorious screams of the NFH's kids getting caught in the downpour and the smell of petrichor, can't ask for much more other than some Lightning to go with it 😜 

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Moderate rain with heavy bursts here with a few cracks of thunder to my East so far.

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 Still sunny, 23.8°C. Don’t think it will be long now. 

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6 minutes ago, Ryukai said:

And the heavens doth open!

 

Ahhhh! the glorious screams of the NFH's kids getting caught in the downpour and the smell of petrichor, can't ask for much more other than some Lightning to go with it 😜 

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Just got my lightning 😄 😄 😄 

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I can see a shower to the southeast.. but it looks to be weakening as it travels up the peninsula. It may maintain to the south though.

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No way just been for a long hill run and was chuffed to see a good cg strike! Yet get home just to see I've narrowly missed good storms to the north.. 😱

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Missed out here in Leeds so far gutted 

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3 minutes ago, Love Snow said:

Missed out here in Leeds so far gutted 

I don't think we've missed out just yet. Plenty more stuff to come up from the south! Onion ring ripples of showers

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Had a few flashes and rumbles out of this one. Hanging out the spare room window 🤪😂

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Thunder and lightning here in Dronfield Derbyshire in the last 15 minutes along with torrential rain.

Nice surprise considering we very rarely get any here at all.

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4 minutes ago, TJS1998Tom said:

Looks stormy here in Silverdale 

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That's what our skies looked like earlier, then it would darken and rain. Now  grey all around, no blue and raining, the wind picking up slightly too. Have just seen local weather forecast and they have us still in the yellow warning area for thunder and lightning, do any of you see that happening? I am new to all of this.

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I think where storms have already developed today are the places where they will continue to develop. 

No wonder when this zone in northern england has currently reached 23c

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A few flashes and rumbles earlier. 

The highlight, however, has to be this rather majestic towering cumulus rushing north to join its thundery mates.

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 24.0°C. Sun has gone now. Still waiting. 

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