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It's just north south and east of us in stevenage. About 25 miles away.Parts of Bucks looks look like they are about  to get something. Alot more behind.

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FIrst couple of rumbles heard in Stoke.

Have to say the lightnigmaps.org has been performing really poorly today,

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The oncoming second storm.

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4 minutes ago, biddie said:

It's just north south and east of us in stevenage. About 25 miles away.Parts of London looks look like they are about  to get something. Alot more behind.

It looks like it's left London from what I can see on the radar. If there's more in store then that's music to my ears

@Hirudine

I was excited to see those pictures because I thought there was a storm in Croydon and hence could reach it!  Then I saw your location...

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Convergence zone looks to set up tomorrow N Midlands, N Wales and S parts of NW England. Will hopefully provide a trigger for more activity tomorrow afternoon.

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That is one storm of the coast of Liverpool! First time I have ever seen max mm/h of rainfall and a massive hail core with it to! 

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5 minutes ago, Hirudine said:

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Great @Hirudine

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Cracking storm just gone over us in Ainsdale, We are  S of Southport and N of Liverpool. Storm travelled more or less E to W, unusual direction here. We usually have  West winds most often,  sometimes Southern 

Lightning looked like strobe at times, very frequent. 
 

 

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Is it going to be a 12 km miss for me today then? I can’t believe how much lightning that thing is kicking out. Still 30/minute. So close but not close enough.

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Distant lightning for the win!! :yahoo:

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That cell in the North West caught my eye interesting shape on radar almost that flying eagle shape, always hesitant to call a supercell in the UK but a big hail core too and possibly some rotation evident on one of the radar grabs I wouldn’t be surprised if it is. AAAE5CF5-666F-41FD-B66F-8DE7EF67B003.thumb.jpeg.443fb4b0662f7617dda077c1bc1661b6.jpeg68DF1E75-8EEC-4925-A27A-6391B3A39843.thumb.jpeg.9fc05b0f1948a1081b3eddb5aebb4520.jpeg672D1CB8-78A0-4499-8EF1-32807A238910.thumb.jpeg.490b2f9283862a2be0c6a4148bbd875d.jpeg

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Cell popping up on the Lincolnshire coast.

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it’s literally one strike every 2 S on radio

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27 minutes ago, East_England_Stormchaser91 said:

Got my eye on them sneaky little cells coming onto the Suffolk coast! God knows how they’ve kept going 

Me too, skies are beginning to bruise here in Ipswich. Fingers crossed! 

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Make that one strike every second now. Surely that must be multiple cells

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Might not be electric but looks pretty nice here. 

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Still going. Still hearing 50–60 strikes per minute on the radio.

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Its coming over Crewe now.

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36 minutes ago, Harry said:

Agreed - not expecting anything here tomorrow (might get some studies in!!). Hopefully will get something again in the week

Wednesday shows some interest!

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Just now on the Birmingham webcam

 

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