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3 hours ago, northwestsnow said:

Last night,called Liverpool the sweet spot.

Wasn't far out ..😊

Oh I know 😂

If you back a non event in our area you will be right more often than wrong.  
I just hope for the best 😂

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Another great sunset this evening

Lovely sunset

Thats the best thunderstorm ive ever witnessed, by some distance aswell! Constant thunder, flashes every 2 seconds with some nice cg strikes and some monsoon like rain, for about 90 minutes! Absolutel

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That thunderstorm last night was something else. It was too late to bother coming here posting about it (about 1.30-2am in the morning onwards) but constant thunder and lightning for a good hour. Flash flooding locally as well.

 

I can cope with the thunder but lightning flashes 20 seconds to a minute (if even that far) apart when it's pitch black is probably the most terrifying weather you can experience in the UK to me.  

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6 hours ago, Joe Snow said:

Some brief storms down in S Cheshire last night more like heavy showers to be honest. Hot & Humid with hazy sunshine today at 28c. Looking even hotter tomorrow 29-32c with feel like temperatures with humidity  in the mid- high 30’s! Could well beat the summer high of  31c recorded on July 31st down here! Quite impressive for this part of the world🌴☀️🥵  

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I hope not but bbc weather app is forecasting 26°C for tommorow (27°C today) and 22°C on Thursday. Not long to wait until much cooler fresher air arrives by the weekend.

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5 hours ago, cheshire snow said:

A very uninspiring Meto fotrecast for this evening

Any isolated thunder storms dying out leading to a dry humid night😠

C.S

I hope not CS. We need a storm to clear the air! Gone up to 25°C in the bedroom. Not looking forward to sleeping tonight!

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2 minutes ago, East Lancs Rain said:

I hope not but bbc weather app is forecasting 26°C for tommorow (27°C today) and 22°C on Thursday. Not long to wait until much cooler fresher air arrives by the weekend.

Tomorrow looks peak of the heat probably getting to around 28/29c for you in East Lancs and then gradually fresher from Thursday. 

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3 hours ago, northwestsnow said:

BBC app now removed thunder symbols for the evening for Manchester.

Might get some cracking storms now..

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Yes I’ve just checked the app now and for here all thunder symbols have been removed now except between 23:00 and 01:00 tonight and tommorow afternoon. When I checked this morning it was forecasting thunder all night and on Thursday and Friday. Grrrrrr....

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I travelled across the Pennines to be an honorary Yorkshireman for a few days and absolutely no sign of storms anywhere on the journey. I looked at the weather on the BBC news at 6.30pm and most signs of storm activity have disappeared, with another scorcher forecast for the NW and NE. As northwestsnow has suggested, we should expect storms tomorrow and I must remember to take my brolly with me! 

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15 minutes ago, Ramp said:

Are things developing in Wales.

Significant developments to the East of the Welsh cell in Shropshire. Someone in Shrewsbury reporting thunder as well.

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Hope they stay intact by the time they reach here.... from a personal my-back-garden point of view, I need some cluster developing/being born just around the south cheshire/crewe area and drifting north east to give a potential hit around East Manchester area.

Still, hot and humid, probably the least comfortable-sleeping-night of this hot spell....still at least we're not being roasted alive in the South East

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Looking like Cheshire/Merseyside and parts of Greater Manchester will be in the fireing line for storms tomorrow afternoon with the possibility of these spreading North have seen this on Met desk site but not sure i am allowed to post in here with temperatures reaching the 30c mark again tomorrow hopefully it will be enough to break the cap and allow this hot spell to go out with a spectacular bang.

C.S

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17 minutes ago, Day 10 said:

Torrential rain just passed through, similar to last night, several bursts out of knowhere before boom. 

Im sure I seen a flash of lightning about 15mins ago

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1 minute ago, pip22 said:

Something is developing in the south of the region atm. Maybe we could see some storms tonight.

Some nice returns on the radar south of Liverpool 

C.S

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1 minute ago, cheshire snow said:

Some nice returns on the radar south of Liverpool 

C.S

according to the Storm thread there are rapid developments in Wales at the moment. 

C.S

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2 minutes ago, cheshire snow said:

according to the Storm thread there are rapid developments in Wales at the moment. 

C.S

My lightning App is currently pinging away in an area just south of Chester which would explain the developments in Wales.

C.S

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