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2 minutes ago, staplehurst said:

All seems to be going to some sort of plan ? also a couple of cells firing in N / NW England too. Would expect more to develop across the south Midlands through this evening...

Here’s hoping the line running from Bristol through Brighton ignites as it trundles north 

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For any of you in the Bedfordshire area looking toward east London / south east.

Sorry camera quality is **** but get some awesome views of cloud scapes!

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Posted (edited)

You'd think the ones in the northwest would be spitting out lightning by now. Skies have actually cleared overhead here over the past hour. Although really good development way out  to my east/southeast.

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Posted (edited)

Beautiful structure to that Canterbury cell! (My pic)

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My current view south from the Lickey Hills, north Worcs looking at incoming storms/showers beyond Worcester & Malvern with Swindon on far left.

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15 minutes ago, Arnie Pie said:

Tried...now heading towards Stoke way...might be worth keeping an eye on

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Just a very heavy shower, quickly moved through

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Heavy shower recently passed over Andover. That’s as exciting as it’s been since July.

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3 minutes ago, Ndc Ozzie said:

Keep on hearing rumbles now.sounds lovely

Ditto...I'm also in Rugby

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View to my south 10 minutes ago

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Posted (edited)

I think the sferics near Burton/Derby might be real.

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Popcorn showers into the eveing, probably primarily midlands and NW of that. Some isolated strikes/cells elsewhere. Kent and east London May get a few strays from the channel but these will be sporadically electrical. By midnight expecting activity to significantly die off leaving heavy rain.

I’ll probably stop the chase here. Good skies but unfortunately no thunder

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Holy Moly a convective cloud in Hampshire heading this way.

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The Capital is growing storms.

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development happening around the london area

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That anvil from the Daventry/Rugby storm is now appearing over the rooftops. (I live on a hill). Looking good.

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1 minute ago, Azazel said:

Holy Moly a convective cloud in Hampshire heading this way.

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Still barren on this side of Hampshire, don't you worry! ?

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I have a nasty feeling that any storms that do form are going to pass either to the West or the East of me. ?

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4 minutes ago, Allseasons-si said:

The Capital is growing storms.

Indeed, a few strikes across C London.

Main trough I think is still due to come through so here’s hoping Ian ???
 

Edit - no idea where those London strikes are coming from - can’t see anything remotely storm looking ?

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A lot of strikes on the radio now between 70–80 km. Very frequent, around 15/minute.

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10 minutes ago, smistry said:

Ditto...I'm also in Rugby

Quite an active cell for what it was

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Looks dark to the NW of here. 

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