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Dunstable got a good snow cover but melted in the afternoon. Hills around the area did ok. I drove to the highest point in the Chiltrens to have my snow fix. Some photos from Wendover Wood this mornin

Shower cloud lit up nicely by the low sun earlier this evening north of Heathrow where I work.

Nice bit of snow here this morning, so that means it won’t go down as one of the worst winters I can remember but only by the skin of its teeth . Photos below ?

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6 hours ago, Mark wheeler said:

new cells firing up south of London . Have to say I’ve been surprised today that we haven’t reviewed more of a deluge . This hopefully wil change and it will be sizzling ? heat next week , Hooray ?.

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Certainly had a deluge here around 8pm, in half a hour 25mm of rain fell. Torrents of rain. I’ve only seen scenes like that a few times, we also have all this rain pilling in from near continent in for night. Had 4mm since midnight. From that one deluge June, is wetter than average here. Today, could be another deluge...

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Good spell of steady rain in our region this morning, not to heavy allowing the the ground to absorb it so hopefully not flooding. Back to summer next week with good spells of sun and some high temps before it all goes bang again,maybe!!? 

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Well this is definitely further south than expected, unless I've moved to East anglia over night. Knew this from yesterday though. Was wondering why everyone still thought it would move north. Shame as it looks like the south convection won't happen. 

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1 hour ago, alexisj9 said:

I might have just over reacted tbh lol. Convection in the channel already visible, just not sure if it'll be able to do much, we'll see. 

Those Channel showers look very slow moving too!

18.8mm here since midnight! That’s more rain than we’ve had in all of May and June put together so so far...at least I won’t need to get the hose out this evening. 

Edit: looking at the radar, I guess that’s a convergence line running along the south coast as the main patch of rain is moving west but the heavy showers are moving (slowly) east

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6 minutes ago, lottiekent said:

Those Channel showers look very slow moving too!

18.8mm here since midnight! That’s more rain than we’ve had in all of May and June put together so so far...at least I won’t need to get the hose out this evening. 

Edit: looking at the radar, I guess that’s a convergence line running along the south coast as the main patch of rain is moving west but the heavy showers are moving (slowly) east

I think they are moving north east. 

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The overnight area of rainfall from the occluded front has been far more extensive than the model forecasts were suggesting yesterday (including the Arome chart I posted), with the entire Region seeing something (9mm here). I guess most of us won't grumble though, as the overnight rainfall is most welcomed for the gardens.  

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6 minutes ago, Blessed Weather said:

The overnight area of rainfall from the occluded front has been far more extensive than the model forecasts were suggesting yesterday (including the Arome chart I posted), with the entire Region seeing something (9mm here). I guess most of us won't grumble though, as the overnight rainfall is most welcomed for the gardens.  

Radar 05.40: 401278128_Radar18Jun05_40.thumb.jpg.0b10e8470df1fa1fff725fc113fc3477.jpg

A lovely drop of rain, this...and plenty of time for it all to soak in!

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21 minutes ago, General Cluster said:

A lovely drop of rain, this...and plenty of time for it all to soak in!

Soak in it did indeed, through my rain coat, clothes and into my skin, whilst walking the woofs at 7 this morning. I swear it waited til I left home before a heavy load came along. But the garden is loving it ?

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16mm of rain here fell overnight so that’s over a month’s worth of rain in less than 24 hours there was me thinking this month was going to be drier than average!

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