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24 minutes ago, Lance M said:

Beautiful. I'll be awaiting the arrival of that here then! We just had a small patch of Cirrus Castellanus go over, some nice tiny towers all the way up there.

This is what it looks like now, as it moves north

Good luck

 

Also this is overhead, very high! With more high level cloud starting to approach from the south.

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1 minute ago, Southern Storm said:

This is what it looks like now, as it moves north

Good luck

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Liking the look of that!

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36C here and still climbing - the gentle breeze that picks up every now and again is immensely warm. 

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Accas streaming in from the south west here

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Still clear blue skies here and now 35.9c. My sweat is sweating

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36.8°C at Heathrow, making it the second hottest July day on record & probably the most intense one day heat burst on record too.

You'd hope something would kick off now!

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Clear sky  couple of hours ago but now looks like this 

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15 minutes ago, Jamiee said:

36.8°C at Heathrow, making it the second hottest July day on record & probably the most intense one day heat burst on record too.

You'd hope something would kick off now!

I'm about 20 miles west of Heathrow.  36c here and sky has gone from Mediterranean blue to AcCas and bubbling cumulus

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There's a whole train of pretty tall Ac Cas towers heading up to my west towards Oxfordshire

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3 minutes ago, Thunder and Lightning said:

Does anyone know if these 37c temperature readings from Heathrow and Northolt are false?

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Nope they're accurate, met office has the same temps. 

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Just now, pinball wizard said:

Nope they're accurate, met office has the same temps. 

Yikes!

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37c on this one too.

3rd hottest day on record! (I think)

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Wind now veered as expected, now off the sea. Temp nosediving.: 30.7°C to 29.5°C in two minutes. Thank goodness for that. Just like 26th of June

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37.8C at Heathrow now. Am I right in saying that 38C is needed to break the cap? 

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1 minute ago, Thunderstruck said:

37.8C at Heathrow now. Am I right in saying that 38C is needed to break the cap? 

I feel like the heating may have sped up just a bit... And CW said 38c was needed

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1 minute ago, Thunderstruck said:

37.8C at Heathrow now. Am I right in saying that 38C is needed to break the cap? 

Yep, that's what Dan said in his Outlook for today

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1 hour ago, tomp456 said:

Storm food has appears above the worthing skies!

Will we get a storm here today? Of course not. 

 

It's not too hot either! 

 

I'm trying to think of the perfect storm food - popcorn? lol 😉

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I’m wondering if we are missing the obvious here - that the Acas is going to continue up towards the NE and initiate there.
 

Southern areas very likely to see nothing I’m afraid 😔 

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17 minutes ago, Thunder and Lightning said:

Does anyone know if these 37c temperature readings from Heathrow and Northolt are false?

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No, they're correct. 36.2 imby 

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Just had about a minute of large raindrops seemingly from nowhere 

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17 minutes ago, pinball wizard said:

Nope they're accurate, met office has the same temps. 

It's correct. Absolutely boiling over here, getting 37°C on my phone now. 

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Keeping an eye on this area to see if that convection increases as it spreads into the v hot air in place 🤞

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