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

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38 minutes ago, Widgery said:

High cloud just N of Tavistock and I think I am hearing thunder.

The ATD lightning detector has picked up a few strikes over Dartmoor, so it might have been thunder just to your east.

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Should we tell this lot to turn around? There's a load of cloud coming in.

 

 

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14 minutes ago, jtay said:

Should we tell this lot to turn around? There's a load of cloud coming in.

 

 

They are going to be gutted, spend hours in a traffic jam baking in the car only to get to your cloudy and showery destination. 

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Temp may have peaked here, 29.9°C

Beginning to drop now the sunshine is disappearing.

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2 minutes ago, Mapantz said:

Temp may have peaked here, 29.9°C

Beginning to drop now the sunshine is disappearing.

How annoying, max's like 29.9C aren't good for OCD.....

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Clouding over again. Sigh...

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9 minutes ago, Alderc said:

They are going to be gutted, spend hours in a traffic jam baking in the car only to get to your cloudy and showery destination. 

They must be nuts. Not sure how the thought process goes...

"Bournemouth is going to be an absolute nightmare today"

"So what shall we do?"

"Let's go to Bournemouth!"

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1 minute ago, jtay said:

They must be nuts. Not sure how the thought process goes...

"Bournemouth is going to be an absolute nightmare today"

"So what shall we do?"

"Let's go to Bournemouth!"

I know but the problem is on one hand you have the government barring people from going aboard (to places that are mostly safer than here) then on the other hand encouraging them to eat out here and go on staycations.....its just asking for trouble. 

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Sayonara sunshine, hopefully see you tomorrow.....

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Just now, Alderc said:

Sayonara sunshine, hopefully see you tomorrow.....

Yes

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1 minute ago, Alderc said:

Sayonara sunshine, hopefully see you tomorrow.....

It'll be back later, surely.

 

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Just now, Mapantz said:

Yes

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I should has emphasised hopefully a little more, looks VERY cloud most of tomorrow. To be honest no idea how models throwing up 29-33C here now. 

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Interesting day so far, misty at 6am when I started work, could see once it cleared there were quite a few very large/high Cu type clouds to the West, these have slowly grown into sheets and are passing overhead now, could see rainfall from several areas of this cloud mass. Certainly not a stable airmass currently. 

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Just now, jtay said:

It'll be back later, surely.

 

No chance, look at the satellite, might get a glimpse but anything more than a 5-10min spell looks unlikely.   

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1 minute ago, jtay said:

It'll be back later, surely.

 

It's forecast to be cloudy through until lunchtime tomorrow.

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4 minutes ago, Alderc said:

No chance, look at the satellite, might get a glimpse but anything more than a 5-10min spell looks unlikely.   


That's what I'm looking at, but the French end. I reckon (hope) it'll clear through. Although I have got some sawing to do after work, so a bit of cloud might be welcome.

 

 

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Why does the only portion of cloud in all of western Europe have to be over us.....

 

 

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Any ideas if that rain heading to Bristol is evaporating before it hits the ground? I'm at work and I've left all my sky lights open at home... 😮

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I absolutely hate it when it clouds over on hot days. What makes it worse is that no thunderstorms are likely, so it is just a waste. I don't think a new record is on for me tomorrow, now. Models have backed away from that idea, coupled with cloud, even less likely.

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2 minutes ago, Karl83 said:

Any ideas if that rain heading to Bristol is evaporating before it hits the ground? I'm at work and I've left all my sky lights open at home... 😮

I'm supposedly under it, and can confirm dark sky above, but no rain yet. I think most of it is indeed evaporating.

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1 minute ago, MP-R said:

I'm supposedly under it, and can confirm dark sky above, but no rain yet. I think most of it is indeed evaporating.

Brill... thanks MP-R.

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3 minutes ago, Mapantz said:

I absolutely hate it when it clouds over on hot days. What makes it worse is that no thunderstorms are likely, so it is just a waste. I don't think a new record is on for me tomorrow, now. Models have backed away from that idea, coupled with cloud, even less likely.

Absolutely agree with everything, I'm actually genuinely annoyed with the situation.

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Just now, Karl83 said:

Brill... thanks MP-R.

Actually I've counted about ten drops on the patio, but I don't think it'll have much effect.

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