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7 hours ago, alexisj9 said:

OK so far some distant rumbles when the anvil first came over, but now the rains here, nothing. At least we have some rain at last. Let see if it wakes back up. 

Don't know why quote is there. 

Ive got ac cas moving in from the south, as well as that whatever coming from the east. Don't know if it'll do much more than rain anyway, but didn't expect this. 

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2 minutes ago, Harry said:

I thought so - thanks @James1979 ??

No worries, I cut a frustrated figure most of the time where the weather is concerned- it's the hope and passion that gets ya! ?

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3 minutes ago, alexisj9 said:

Don't know why quote is there. 

Ive got ac cas moving in from the south, as well as that whatever coming from the east. Don't know if it'll do much more than rain anyway, but didn't expect this. 

I like the sound of that @alexisj9 long may it continue I say!!! Fingers crossed for my first night time lightning of 2020 ??

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If only this weather setup could stay with us for the whole of summer lol ?. This is my kind of summer weather, warm with there always being a chance of catching an afternoon thunderstorm. 

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30 minutes ago, Summerstorm said:

Worst of the rain is down Chirk and Llangollen way looks like it's missed us. Plus it seems to be weakening anyway. Not that we should be complaining we've done better this week than we would usually do in like 5 years :oldrofl:

Yeah it’s not even rained where I am lol. Bit disappointed, but yeah I shouldn’t complain. This has been the best week for storms in years and it’s looking good atm for next week too ?

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6 minutes ago, Oliver Wyndham-lewis said:

If only this weather setup could stay with us for the whole of summer lol ?. This is my kind of summer weather, warm with there always being a chance of catching an afternoon thunderstorm. 

Perfect stuff for me too! Not too hot, warm, sunny and a storm to finish the day, I'd take 3 months of that! 

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8 minutes ago, Paul Sherman said:

Ermigerd 

Precip 0.00mm about to be tested with drizzle incoming fast ??

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Let’s hope some convective awesome explodes on its leading edge.................though knowing your luck Paul it’ll be over Romford ??

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Can't see above the milky stuff to the east now, cloud a little thicker and dropping some ppn, but not drizzle. Its normal sized drops, but not wetting anything type rain. 

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Spent the evening up at Mam Tor watching the cell come over from Nottingham,not much in the way of lighting over the peaks,one decent CG seen. Was pretty surreal as the most intense part of the storm approached seeing the Hope Valley completely disappear with visibility for about 30 seconds down to no more than 50m. Strong winds followed straight after and could see full distance again within a minute. Attached image is as the storm headed towards Manchester seen from Ladybower Reservoir. 

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Can’t really complain but I think a lot of places which received lightning and thunder would’ve done a lot better if we had some decent surface heating today. 
 

We only seemed to have limited sunshine today thanks to the stubborn cloud, though it was surprising that cells could still produce and grow in size. Possibly due to higher temperatures down south/south east? 

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While I was about to complain on here about storms trimming me by less than a mile,  a juicy cell popped out of nowhere and looks to be moving toward me. Knowing the way things go, it will shift track at the last minute, but looking good for now. To be honest I have no reason to complain whatsoever because of what I have seen earlier today.

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