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looks like two cells have electrified, one north west of chichester and one near royal tunbridge wells

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There's a lot of mammatus here

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thunderstorm incoming im from ramagate should hear some thunder from it

 

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Lovely little storm here. Small hail, gusty winds and around a dozen claps of thunder so far ?

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1 minute ago, <<Ryan>> said:

Lovely little storm here. Small hail, gusty winds and around a dozen claps of thunder so far ?

where abouts are you ?

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2 minutes ago, jake44 said:

where abouts are you ?

Hawkhurst, Kent. 

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Hawkhurst, Kent. 

nice looks like that storm is coming near me im in ramsgate i might see some distant lightning

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Storm southeast - just developed south from my location. Hope to catch another lively shower or two from the east.

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Had my head down in studies for the past few hours and just seen the radar/blitzortung. Heading out to see if I can see anything - appears the most intense cells are to my south over Sussex and deeper into Kent - with some chance the shower over C/SW London might intensify as it trundles this way ?

Edit - just stepped outside and see this handsome looking chap heading roughly my way ? not a supercell by any means not producing any sferics at the moment but a pleasant sight after an eternity of stable looking skies ?

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Pictures from that thundery downpour

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that thunderstrorm is heading right for dover

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I'd presume this is the same one to my SW.

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Mammatus from a sharp shower with zero thunder/lightning however I’m not complaining because we need the rain.

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Would love to be in Crawley right now!

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Just had a decent storm arrive on top of me whilst out in hothfield but i had to take cover as i was getting pounded by rain and wind. I did a video but its too large to upload here so im going to upload it when i get home. There was some mammtus clouds after it past though.  

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Manage to head out for a bit.. 

Wind gusts on the hill are something else

Cracking sky’s 

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Nothing at all happening here but can see this to the NE

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some very strong thunderstorms out today any chance for funnal clouds ?

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Just now, lilaczukee said:

This was Crawley a few mins ago. Wow

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Just need one of these to hit me soon.

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1 minute ago, KentHC_WX said:

Just need one of these to hit me soon.

if its yellow dont touth it lol

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Was the heaviest hail I have ever seen here in crawley, it was stripping the leaves off the trees and thr sound waa biblical, lasted for a minute and sadly did not have my phone on to record

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