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58 minutes ago, fromey said:

Cloud to my N/E here in frome and things developing on the radar to my S/E!

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Hi Fromey

 

 it's great you've got the north-west covered I've got the selfies covered and this is what it looks like looking over there 

 

 looks like Warminster and frome are missed out but it is going crazy further to the west of Longleat

 

 I can hear continuous thunder 

 

 I can see torrential rain over half of Longleat towards its western side 

 

 

 

 

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You'll like this one.... Some kids were camping over in the Downton meadows last night. Packing up in the rain this morning, we watched them bag their rubbish up, then chuck it in the trees. I shouted

My poor attempt at taking photos of lightning with the phone! 

Just missed out in frome again , but took a short a short stroll  to a good vantage point and caught  funnel cloud 

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After about an hour of clear skies I’ve now got sea mist blowing in which is turning the sun hazy and occasionally completely obscuring it. That also means I can’t see the storm near Salisbury now apart from when the mist briefly disappears. 

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3rd day on the trot I am watching massive storms spring up to my North and West!!

Leicester really has done well.

I think later on may kick off in Northants

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Another cell north east of Salisbury,  seems to producing lighting

scrub that the cell looks like it dieing.

doesn't look like much else to the south or south est at the moment 

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just did a pano 

 

 starting to become steady rain over here come here continuous thunder still but I haven't seen any lightning 

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Just walked up to get my son from school and CB near Shaftsbury is probably the most impressive looking cell I've seen in several years! It looking stunning against the clear blue backdrop.

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Moderate rain shower here.  No thunder, no hail, no lightning, nothing particularly heavy.  Just rain.

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Hearing a few rumbles here in Winterbourne. Quite an active cell heading N. Westwards towards the Severn

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3 minutes ago, jtay said:

Going up between me and the big 303 cell.

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where was that taken???

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Thunder is still rumbling but getting quieter, well over half an hour of nonstop thunder. Looking forward to seeing the cloudscape as it moves away.

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I’m a few miles to the west of Street at the moment and I’m convinced I can hear that thunder from the Salisbury/the partner cell by Wincanton... seems I should be too far away to hear it though?!

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3 minutes ago, fromey said:

where was that taken???

Nr Downton, 6 miles South of Salisbury on the A338. Looking West.

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Detected 4 strikes from that lot North of here.

At least it is blue skies and 21.2°C.

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13 minutes ago, Mapantz said:

Detected 4 strikes from that lot North of here.

At least it is blue skies and 21.2°C.

At least you’ve got that. I’ve got mist and low cloud here which keeps obscuring the cloudscapes to the north. 

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Storm free dome is in place over the Dorset area, (damn must be the snow dome has dropped ...again)

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Meanwhile as I don't live quite on the coastal fringe, the inbound sea mist hasn't arrived here so a pleasant afternoon in the garden, peaking at 22.3°C at: 13:50 now down a degree on that at 21.6°C...

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Cell that gave me moderate rain literally developed exponentially overhead and as soon as it moved WNW over South Glous and towards the Severn it turned thundery.  Typical!

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Between the coastal clear and the storms here too.  Can see the dark clouds all round to the NW/N/NE, but not hearing any rumbles.  Pleasant, warm and mostly sunny afternoon.

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50 minutes ago, Andy Bown said:

Thunder is still rumbling but getting quieter, well over half an hour of nonstop thunder. Looking forward to seeing the cloudscape as it moves away.

What a bonkers track. Having waved it off NW in your direction, it bent it's run down the A303 and I'm now still looking at it due West, around Ilchester.

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