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South West and Central Southern England Regional Weather Discussion 01/06/2020 Onward


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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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10 hours of sunshine and a high of 20.8C this afternoon, although the cloud did come over heavy after 6pm and looked like it might rain at one point. Looks like I was in one of the sweet spots today.

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Morning All, a pleasant start to the day, the rubbish picker has the beach to themself and somebody left the plug out as the water is low..

Currently 11.2°C after an overnight low of 10.4°C at: 06:00, RH90% and the pressure bumping along nicely around the 1020mb area..

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And the cloud has just about cleared the area...

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On 06/06/2020 at 19:25, Mapantz said:

Cheers boss!

I had a second play around with the RGB as it comes with it's own controller for the front RGB. I managed to work out how to get all of the fans and AIO connected so that I can use the buttons on the front of the case to change colours.modes etc

I can still use the Gigabyte Fusion software too, so I get the best of both worlds! I hate the cable management, especially where RGB is concerned lol

That's a really handy feature! Mine is all controlled with Corsairs iCUE software, it works well but the interface is a little janky! 

Yeah, the side panel (the blacked out one) is like a sea of cables. My case had some good cable management features, but even with RBG it couldn't handle all those cables! So I just shut them away haha

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32 minutes ago, MP-R said:

Lovely again today. Almost unbroken sunshine so far and just shy of 21C. Certainly makes up for the next few days in advance.

Ha. Rubbish here. It tried raining at lunchtime.

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35 minutes ago, jtay said:

Ha. Rubbish here. It tried raining at lunchtime.

It’s funny how slow moving everything is. I can see large clouds to the South and East yet like Mike it’s been mostly sunny over Warminster. Must be a stationary weak front, convergence line or trough.

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On 06/06/2020 at 03:41, DaveL said:

Nice display of noctilucent clouds this morning! Took a few shots of them, will check out the quality later today.

Oh, I forgot ro upload my early  morning  noctilucent photo from Saturday so here it is. The stars were still out of course, you can see what is I think Capella on the left just above the middle,  it was a fraction east of due north. 200mm lens that just happened to be the one on my 35mm APS DSLR at the time. It would not autofocus, it was too dark for that.

 

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2 minutes ago, Andy Bown said:

It’s funny how slow moving everything is. I can see large clouds to the South and East yet like Mike it’s been mostly sunny over Warminster. Must be a stationary weak front, convergence line or trough.

I checked the Sat image before we went for our walk first thing. It looked clear on there to our West, but I couldn't see any blue sky.

Literally in the last 10mins, the Sun is breaking through, but it has been poor today.

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It does look like I've been in one of the clearer areas all day. I have noticed predominantly fair weather cloud build up further east and north with higher frontal cloud out west now beginning to show its hand more.

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Overcast and mild (sound like a december day) with an overnight low of 11.4°C at: 04:59, currently 13.6°C , some rain around but extremely light in nature and patchy. Rh77 % and pressure 1016mb falling..

The morning cloudy skies

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This mornings fax charts have the warm front to the East and Cold Front to the West at 06.00 yet there’s a band of showery rain in the middle (rather than the usual warm sector conditions) which no forecast or rain prediction chart seems to have picked up. 
 

The weather apps have caught up in the last hour because until 08.00 it was shown to be dry here until late afternoon!

Dull and showery rather than the anticipated cloudy/bright.

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