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What's the chances of heavy rain/thunderstorms in Essex?

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Warm and windy here with plenty of sunshine so far. Be interesting to see what happens later 

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Not very scientific  I know, but it feels like something's cooking. Breezy, very humid and temps now on the climb.

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Not seen these graphics before.. and I definitely heard the term 'severe thunderstorms' at least once in that forecast.. not bad for the beeb. 

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1 minute ago, Benny123 said:

Not seen these graphics before.. and I definitely heard the term 'severe thunderstorms' at least once in that forecast.. not bad for the beeb. 

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Right everybody off to Manchester it is, as the Wales Border is still iffy..

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40 minutes ago, Flash bang flash bang etc said:

To be fair he just bought an all-in-one and linked it to a server - not an innovation particularly - but great to see he’s still passionate about the climate ?

Trying to get acas records from his site but it says I don’t have the right security clearance for such sensitive data ?

???

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A risk of some thundery showers moving up to parts of the South coast - from IoW to Cornwall, tomorrow afternoon.

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5 minutes ago, Benny123 said:

Not seen these graphics before.. and I definitely heard the term 'severe thunderstorms' at least once in that forecast.. not bad for the beeb. 

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Must have really hurt them to have to utter the word "thunderstorm" live on air..

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4 minutes ago, Benny123 said:

Not seen these graphics before.. and I definitely heard the term 'severe thunderstorms' at least once in that forecast.. not bad for the beeb. 

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Everything I have that I can cross... is crossed! ?

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29 minutes ago, Mapantz said:

A risk of some thundery showers moving up to parts of the South coast - from IoW to Cornwall, tomorrow afternoon.

Arome has shown this a few times, also maybe the odd rouge shower tonight. 

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Intersting...as per Dan's convective forecast, it looks like some elevated convection is occurring over southern counties ahead of the front 

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1 hour ago, Flash bang flash bang etc said:
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WWW.SIDMOUTHHERALD.CO.UK

A keen weather enthusiast who has tracked Newton Poppleford’s weather patterns since he was a teenager has spoken about his passion for meteorology.

Seems he’s doing alright for himself ?

Grimmers! What a legend. His passion was unrivalled. 

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Interesting little "feature" fired up, unfortunately we are too close it in its infancy to possibly benefit...

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Ominously dark to my East. Am watching that cell that just popped up in Maidenhead

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8 minutes ago, Alderc said:

Arome has shown this a few times, also maybe the odd rouge shower tonight. 

Makeup gone awry...

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Just now, Dorsetbred said:

Interesting little "feature" fired up, unfortunately we are too close it in its infancy to possibly benefit...

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Yep, probably by the time its another 10-15miles inland it'll be more interesting. Hurn was recently reporting 20/14c, so the airs relatively juicy. 

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Posted (edited)

Seems to be a convective line developing ahead of the main area of mostly dynamic rainfall moving up from the south, where there's a wind shift from NEly to Ely. One to watch, could be some thunder from this convective line as it perhaps strengthens and moves N and NW.

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Convection going up over my house in Andover ahead of the front.

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Very warm and gusty wind currently with rain (nr Portsmouth).

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Posted (edited)

Moisture in the air as the RH has suddenly shot up..

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1 hour ago, OddSpot said:

Ahhh the memories ?

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The weather the last few days around here has been boring, damp and dismal so a nice storm (here's hoping) would make up for it over this weekend

I remember will everything used to happen over Newton Poppleford ?

 

Here slightly humid no sun tho

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Gonna try and get out quick and watch this line coming in from the South

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