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The suns come out and almost immediately a Cu field has developed, already some depth observed to Cu just east of my current position at the driving range right next to Bournemouth airport ?

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6 minutes ago, Oliver Wyndham-lewis said:

Met office have extended the warning area further eastwards for today. 

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Not far enough for me, it needs to be pretty much in the N Sea ?

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3 minutes ago, Harry said:

Yay! The best update is they’ve expanded the Thursday risk northwards and re-categorised it as “Thunderstorm”

Looks like the next 24 hours could provide some excitement for those of us around the London area!

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Cloud finally showing signs of it breaking up although very slowly at the mo

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So, i clipped a 17sec clip out of what i recorded yesterday of the storm. And i think this may give a few of you a giggle.

 

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21 minutes ago, Frosty hollows said:

Fresh and dull here this morning. Doesn't feel like anything is on. Yet

Have faith. Your relative humidity is actually higher today than recent days (blue line)...

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Source: 

EODG.ATM.OX.AC.UK

Earth Observation Data Group Homepage

 

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16 minutes ago, Charlie Harnett said:

I'm camelford. Noooo!! 

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I'm just in the moderate risk area.

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5 minutes ago, Ndc Ozzie said:

Cloud finally showing signs of it breaking up although very slowly at the mo

not here, horrid, vile stuff

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Posted (edited)

Wow. Towers going up and the sun isn’t even fully out yet here. They have gotten bigger already since taking that photo a minute ago

 

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Edited by Oliver Wyndham-lewis
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1 minute ago, Oliver Wyndham-lewis said:

Wow. Towers going up and the sun isn’t even fully out yet here. They have gotten bigger already since taking that photo a minute ago

 

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I haven’t tracked dew points over the past few days but I recall @Paul Sherman citing figures of 10-13C for the SE in recent days - this morning on checking, parts of the SE will benefit from dew points of 14-15C today so should make for more interesting developments ?

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1 minute ago, Harry said:

I haven’t tracked dew points over the past few days but I recall @Paul Sherman citing figures of 10-13C for the SE in recent days - this morning on checking, parts of the SE will benefit from dew points of 14-15C today so should make for more interesting developments ?

Yes let’s hope! Here’s how they’ve developed in just 6 minutes or so

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4 minutes ago, Oliver Wyndham-lewis said:

Wow. Towers going up and the sun isn’t even fully out yet here. They have gotten bigger already since taking that photo a minute ago

 

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Aye, Oliver: today looks like being a 'biggie'; but, only for those living outwith the COS and TOD, of course!:oldgrin:

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53 minutes ago, SalopWatcher said:

Will be out around Shropshire again. In last three days been as far west as the boarder with Wales (which we are not allowed to cross even for Storm chasing reasons) And as far east as the boarder with the West Midlands (which I dont want to cross for personal reasons ;)

Today might be the day to head south to deepest darkest 6 fingered Herefordshire! 

Yeh its a bit silly that you cant cross the border even for chasing reasons! Not like your going to be around other people!

And unfortunately im in the west midlands I can certainly agree with you not wanting to cross here ?

 

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TOD - remind me? I know COS is the cone of silence ?

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Posted (edited)

Another warning issued by the met office ? this one for rain over night from 3am Thursday to 12pm. 

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16 minutes ago, Jim Halpert said:

Have faith. Your relative humidity is actually higher today than recent days (blue line)...

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Source: 

EODG.ATM.OX.AC.UK

Earth Observation Data Group Homepage

 

You're right. It's 74% atm, yet feels fresh. Just need some heat!

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1 minute ago, Harry said:

TOD - remind me? I know COS is the cone of silence ?

Triangle of Doom, Harry.:oldgrin:

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Thinking as the risk pushes further south, that today I could be in a much better situation for an even stronger storm, might even go out for a chase locally if the risk is good. Good luck all.

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Can see the big boy west of Chelmsford from here got some nice lean to it. Also Initiation south of Cambridge

Enjoy in the favoured locations

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2 hours ago, Calayte said:

Did you end up seeing anything?

Oh Hell yes! ?  Wrote about it on P168 and there's some (crappy phone cam) footage on P169

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1 minute ago, Ryukai said:

Oh Hell yes! ?  Wrote about it on P168 and there's some (crappy phone cam) footage on P169

That looks amazing! It looked very similar when it was on its way over here! If you scroll up this page i got a pretty funny clip too, but the thunder in it was deafening 

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Three strikes randomly just appeared in Kent (near Smarden). Nothing but a patch of light looking rain on radar ?

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