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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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3 minutes ago, Dbarb said:

Looks like a serious flooding concern for those in the dartmoor area and river torridge, anyone got any updates from there?

Plenty of rumbles on South Dartmoor but no rain or lightning as yet.

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1 hour ago, AWD said:

Think most of the action will be further south than us.

Possibility things may evolve further north in the region overnight, although saying that, I'd put myself in Exeter rather than Bristol preferably.

Loving the blob of rain heading our way, everything else is electrified,  other than the blob.

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3 minutes ago, nettie said:

Distant thunder which is now getting closer guessing Andover is getting the brunt it is a guess though really still outside and feels really sticky again.

We can hear it too, from this near Salisbury...

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Spitting here.

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10 minutes ago, nettie said:

Pretty much on top of us now here in Bulford. 😃

Hopefully Tom and Andy's time to shine soon, if it can keep it together.

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Rain is easing still some good rumbles of thunder.

Emergency measures put in place to collect dominoes from the door step umbrella at the ready ! Got to protect the pizza .

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9 minutes ago, Mapantz said:

300 strikes recorded from all around this location, and only 3 rumbles heard. 😵

That is your fault for living in a microclimate 😆

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More "thundery showers" out there now rather than thunderstorms.  Humidity much more bearable today compared to yesterday, a lot of cloud and muck around here too throughout the day.

The ignition line as been roughly M3 and A303 throughout the day and remains so now.  

Can't see much happening for areas north of this line, just feels very different to yesterday.

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31 minutes ago, jtay said:

Hopefully Tom and Andy's time to shine soon, if it can keep it together.

Nothing shining here lol. Heard a few rumbles to the E/SE now it’s died to what will be the 3rd ‘decent for the garden’ shower of the day. Very humid.

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19 minutes ago, AWD said:

More "thundery showers" out there now rather than thunderstorms.  Humidity much more bearable today compared to yesterday, a lot of cloud and muck around here too throughout the day.

The ignition line as been roughly M3 and A303 throughout the day and remains so now.  

Can't see much happening for areas north of this line, just feels very different to yesterday.

Can’t see much happening south of the line either unless it comes back to life as forecast later on.

Still quite muggy here in Dorset should anything spring up.

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When I was watching BBC Points weather Ian Ferguson said mid level cloud overnight he said in places across south and west and  it going be 18 degrees and he said cool down a bit that will cause it to thunder tonight places tonight and We are in between a front trough as well on the low pressure and high pressure to the North UK and it is going to be murky and humid the rest of the night

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