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Nice and bright in North Manchester, Stream up and rollin!

 

Not expecting much be you never know!

 

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2 minutes ago, I remember Atlantic 252 said:

how do you avoid the sea crud! absolutely no sign of clearing

We had it over us almost all day yesterday, finally cleared up around 5'ish' in the afternoon ?

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Finally that low cloud has finally broken up nicely,nice to see towers trying to grow now.

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5 minutes ago, PerfectStorm said:

What app/website is that?

I don’t know but this is the Home & Dry app. Circulation mainly anti clockwise. 

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16 minutes ago, Ryukai said:

Blue skies and Cumulus here atm, though more cloud than sky (75%/25% split)  Can see the high milky cloud layer to my south (go away please ? ) Temps already above 19C and still rising quickly, as is the dew point (16C) with humidity lurking around 80%.  Far better than yesterday.

Fingers and toes are crossed.

Are we in with a chance up this way again today?

 

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2 minutes ago, Atmogenic said:

Nice

 

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Amazed at how quickly its gone up.

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7 minutes ago, PerfectStorm said:

What app/website is that?

Looks like the Netweather extra V8 radar 

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Looks a beast from the north as well - Stuninng 

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2 minutes ago, matt111 said:

Looks like the Netweather extra V8 radar 

Ye the NW extra radar with smoothing! ill put the stream over the storm now and if you wanted to watch ther adr from there you can!

 

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These last few days across the Midlands and NW England have felt like I am living in Germany with daily thunderstorms. Not just weak usual British storms either, proper big things. 

Plan was to edit some footage today but struggling to resist the urge to head a few miles south into the cauldron of stormage again today.

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This week has been really frustrating for me.

I've been just east of every main warning area every day this week and it looks like I wil be again tomorrow. ?

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14 minutes ago, I remember Atlantic 252 said:

how do you avoid the sea crud! absolutely no sign of clearing

Suns poking through at times now mate in Brum

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nice big potential storms to my West... too far to see! 
SE Wales under a blanket of rubbish high cloud right now

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That cell in Kent went up quick, and it is active. It looks like it is part of a trough running from France to UK. Since the air mass is so slack, I wonder where it will go to?

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Getting dark to my south southeast now

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Posted (edited)

Just got on. Having a busy morning! 

Wow! stuff firing up in Kent and the Far East Anglia. Plus a few beasts forming over Calais and beyond into Benelux. That’ll tee us up later hopefully with this supposed MCS

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1 minute ago, StormLoser said:

That cell in Kent went up quick, and it is active. It looks like it is part of a trough running from France to UK. Since the air mass is so slack, I wonder where it will go to?

Looks like it’s moving very very slowly W/NW 

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I expect another cell to form soon next to that nice cell west of me due to an excessively growing bunch of cloud beside, can’t take a pic yet due to having lunch but if its still nice outside i will get a picky 

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Just now, Oliver Wyndham-lewis said:

Looks like it’s moving very very slowly WNW 

Hmm - doing a careful loop around Reigate!  

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Can CBs break through the high clouds ? Looking at sat24 , that looks to be the Case of CS England

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Think a cell is about to kick off very close to me soon. Getting very dark 

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1 minute ago, ancientsolar said:

Can CBs break through the high clouds ? Looking at sat24 , that looks to be the Case of CS England

I’m in Bristol, just over the river, and it’s full on overcast here.  Not got the same feeling about it as yesterday did.

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