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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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1 minute ago, MagicBat said:

Just seen lightning! Essex and Hertfordshire area is looking interesting tonight. Fair amount coming this away as well. This stormy spell has favoured the Midlands, Wales and North West. Nice to see our area getting some storms.

Push it back south 20 odd miles so the South side of the thames gets some  also pretty please🙈🤞🙏

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Rather grainy effort to capture the cell that was east of us in the channel and then has made its way over, lots of flashes, not much thunder. Mostly lightning in cloud however some bolts I seem to have caught on camera, although far away... and I am out of practice with lightning photography at the moment!

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8 minutes ago, Number 23 said:

About half an hour after I posted it kicked off here 😂

and this website illustrates with a burn stain where it happened - LOL

https://www.windy.com/-Show---add-more-layers/overlays?radar,51.625,0.598,9

ps make the Goat run for 6 hours  - bottom of screen

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2 hours ago, Steve Murr said:

The radar is being backed up by some good high towers spread W out of France / Belgium

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Well all that could manage to deliver over East Kent was some dry rain. 

The cloud was there, radar said it was raining, standing outside watching the Essex light show said, no rain. 

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N London is no longer stormless 

30 mins of moderate to heavy rain here with some lightning and loud cracks of thunder. Still seeing flashes of lightning every few minutes even though the storm passed a while ago. 

Seems like S/SE London have yet to see any direct action.. 

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6 hours ago, Stabilo19 said:

N London is no longer stormless 

30 mins of moderate to heavy rain here with some lightning and loud cracks of thunder. Still seeing flashes of lightning every few minutes even though the storm passed a while ago. 

Seems like S/SE London have yet to see any direct action.. 

Yep! Storm starved here! 🙄

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Woken at half 3 by flashes of light! Barely any thunder, lasted about 10 minutes, so the triangle has seen lightening, albeit I think from over the sea.

now misty murky and still Flippin humid. 

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7 minutes ago, runboy said:

Nowt in Norwich, been warned all week and not a drop, flash or rumble. Living up to the dryest county! 

Will that mass off the east coast head inland?

Look out your window because it’s incoming, lightening of the coast by Yarmouth should be in Norwich soon 🤞🤞

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Well, that was quite an evening/night here with lightning all the way through to the early hours, with some torrential rain thrown in for good measure. Much cooler this morning at 15.1c but humidity is very high again, who will get the storms today? we've had our share here.🙃

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13 minutes ago, runboy said:

Nowt in Norwich, been warned all week and not a drop, flash or rumble. Living up to the dryest county! 

Will that mass off the east coast head inland?

The deluge off coast incoming....

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The camels have now left and the nomads have removed their tents form the arid land. The Mid Essex Desert is no more. Heavy rain from 10.00 pm for an hour or so with strange flashes in the sky, From memory I believe it might be called lightning.

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